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"...Client care is second to none" feedback acknowledged in TressCox's Asialaw Profiles 2017 results

Media Release 25 November 2016

Sydney, (November 2016) –TressCox Lawyers are proud to announce that we have been recognised in eight practice areas in the Asialaw Profiles 2017 legal directory guide results released recently.

The practice areas include being:

A number of our Partners were also selected for mention in the editorial Firm highlights including Martyn Tier, Andrew Whitelaw, Gary Newton, Brian Ambler, Alistair Little and Tony Mylne.

Editorial comments, taken from non-attributable client feedback, include that “TressCox understands the need for a relationship that isn’t based on timed billing and provides us with accurate, commercial and quality advice”, “They are very responsive and client care is second to none” and “They offer high quality service and are experienced lawyers who are experts in their field.”

Executive Chairman Scott Chapman adds “We are pleased to have been recognised by the Asialaw profiles and that the positive feedback from our clients has contributed to these results.”

The Asialaw Profiles is considered essential reading for corporate executives, in-house counsel and anyone with a professional interest in the Asia-Pacific.

For further information please contact:

Sarah Hargrove
Director of Business & Practice Development and People
P. 61 2 9228 9233
F. 61 2 9228 9299

TressCox Lawyers is a highly successful, specialised law firm focused on providing professional legal services to the public and private sectors. In Australia, TressCox has a very strong presence, currently operating from offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra. The firm has established itself as a leader in the Australian market in the areas of corporate and commercial law, litigation and dispute resolution, insurance, health, government, media and entertainment, building and construction, energy and resources, infrastructure and intellectual property.

Media Release 25 November 2016
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