Media Release | 1 December 2017
Leading independent business law firm, Hall & Wilcox is thrilled to be recognised and ranked in eight key practice areas in the latest edition The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018. Hall & Wilcox has again been ranked in six practice areas from last year - Banking and finance, Dispute resolution, Labour and employment, Real estate, Insurance and Restructuring. Corporate and M&A and Tax are included for the first time in this guide.
The Corporate and M&A ranking is recognition of the team's extensive capabilities to act on complex private and public M&As and the Tax ranking recognises the team's multi-disciplinary approach to provide both tax advisory and tax dispute and risk management solutions.
As part of the rankings, 50 individuals have also been recommended in the editorial.
- Banking and finance – Harry New – Heather Gray – Mark Inston - Eugene Chen - Richard Mann - John Bassilios - Jeannette Lui
- Corporate and M&A - John Hutchinson - Oliver Jankowsky - Christopher Brown - Jacqui Barrett - Deborah Chew - Ed Paton - James Morvell - Martin Ross - Conrad Smith - Jung Ryu
- Dispute resolution – Graydon Dowd – Natasha Toholka - Adrian Lasky - Stephen Klotz - Tom McMahon
- Insurance –Rhett Slocombe - Paul Baxter - Drew Castley - David Short - Matt McDonald - Andrew Lyle - Leigh Parker - Emma Baker
- Labour and employment – Aaron Dearden – Karl Rozenbergs – Kylie Groves – Mark Dunphy - Kerryn Tredwell - Alison Baker – Felicity Clarke
- Real estate – Natalie Bannister - John O'Kane - Paul O'Donnell - Stan Kondilios - Chris Hammond
- Restructuring and insolvency – Wayne Kelcey - Natasha Toholka - Stephen Klotz - Mark Petrucco - Adrian Lasky
- Tax - Andrew O'Bryan - Michael Parker - Marina Raulings - Frank Hinoporos
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific provides a comprehensive listing of law firms and lawyers and insight into legal markets across the Asia Pacific. The rankings are based on a number of factors including the complexity of matters handled, size of the practice area, feedback received from clients and information received during researcher interviews.
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