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TressCox's Asia Pacific Legal 500 Directory 2016 Results Reflect A Strong Team

Media Release 17 November 2015

Sydney, (November 2015) – Building on the success of our 2015 results, TressCox Lawyers are proud to announce that we have been recognised in seven practice areas in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016 survey. A number of our Partners were also recommended across a range of practice areas. These include:

  • Construction: Brian Ambler and Andrew Whitelaw
  • Corporate/M&A: Philip Mitchell
  • Insurance: Alistair Little
  • Intellectual Property: Jennifer Huby and Clare Mirabello
  • Real Estate: Christopher Conolly, Lynette Reynolds and Martyn Tier
  • Restructuring & Insolvency: Derek Hilliard
  • Telecommunications, Media & Technology (TMT): Jennifer Huby

Executive Chairman Scott Chapman adds “Our clients are at the heart of everything we do, so we are delighted with the editorial comments that note TressCox ‘makes you feel like you are the most important client’ and have a ‘strong team’.”

The Legal 500 is broadly considered the world’s largest legal referral guide. With researchers carrying out extensive independent research and jurisdiction-based assessment of law firm and lawyer capabilities and contacting clients for feedback on the lawyers they instruct.

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 17 November 2015
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