Hall & Wilcox adds to Sydney employment practice


Media Release | 22 March 2018

Leading independent business law firm, Hall & Wilcox, has boosted its Sydney employment practice by appointing partner Fay Calderone and senior associate Clare Kerley.

Fay brings expertise across workplace issues including discrimination, bullying, harassment, misconduct investigations, performance management, restraints litigation, enterprise agreements and industrial disputes. She has over 16 years’ experience acting for employers across industries including professional services, insurance, finance, recruitment, entertainment, FMCG, manufacturing, sport, aged care and local councils.

Fay and Clare are currently at DibbsBarker and will be joining Hall & Wilcox on 3 April 2018.

Tony Macvean, Managing Partner of Hall & Wilcox, commented that Fay and Clare’s appointments “further enhances the national presence of our employment practice. They also bring the right mix of experience and cultural fit to our Sydney team.

“Fay and Clare’s track record complements other growth areas for the firm including finance, insurance and the public sector.”

Fay commented that she and Clare are “thrilled to be joining Hall & Wilcox, a firm with a values driven culture, strong national employment practice and commitment to the growth of Greater Western Sydney.

“The firm’s purpose of enabling people, clients and communities to thrive by practicing Smarter Law strategical aligns with our approach to servicing clients and provides an exciting platform to deliver solutions to help them achieve their objectives."


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