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TressCox Lawyers recognised in the 2017 IFLR1000 Legal Guide results

Media Release 26 October 2016

Sydney, (October 2016) – In the results for the 2017 IFLR1000 Legal Guide of leading financial and corporate law firms TressCox Lawyers has been successful in being recognised as a ‘notable firm’ in the following areas:

  • Banking (for the fourth year in a row); and
  • Restructuring and Insolvency (for the second year in a row).

Along with this recognition is a mention of Restructuring and Insolvency Partners Derek Hilliard, Kirsten Farmer and Andrew Stops with client feedback on our Insolvency Team stating “The lawyers know the area of law and are able to drill down to the lay aspect of the matter in a cost effective manner. Its fees are competitive, compared with other law firms I worked with for the same legal matter.”

Law firm rankings for the IFLR1000 Legal Guide are based on transactional evidence, peer feedback through an online ranking feedback survey of law firm partners and confidential client feedback followed by analysis of the rankings compiled by legal journalists.

Executive Chairman Scott Chapman says “We are always appreciative of Firm recognition and acknowledge that confidential feedback from our clients plays a large part to receiving these accolades.”

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 26 October 2016
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