Mr McNair joins Hall & Wilcox from Norton Rose Fulbright. He brings diverse experience in disputes involving breach of contract, corporations law, consumer law, equity, financial services, product liability, real property and intellectual property.
He has advised on disputes in several industries including healthcare, technology, finance, government, pharmaceutical, property, retail and transport. Mr McNair has acted for clients in relation to complaints made to the Australian Human Rights Commission and has appeared for clients at inquiries conducted by the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). He is a member of the NSW Young Lawyers Civil Litigation Committee.
Graydon Dowd, head of Hall & Wilcox’s Commercial Dispute Resolution team, welcomed Hamish as a strong addition to the firm’s growing commercial dispute resolution practice. “Hamish brings valuable experience in the courts along with being involved in successful expert determinations and mediations of commercial disputes.
“He brings a pragmatic approach, and will be enormously valuable to our clients.”
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