Thinking | 12 December 2014
Hall & Wilcox makes three new internal appointments
Leading Australian independent business law firm Hall & Wilcox today announced three internal senior appointments.
- Oliver Jankowsky has been appointed partner in the Hall & Wilcox Corporate & Commercial team. Oliver’s practice includes acting in mergers, acquisitions and divestments, advising on complex corporate structuring matters and advising on IT law. Oliver also has a focus on assisting German and other European clients with M&A and in-bound investment transactions. Oliver is a fully qualified German lawyer and runs the Hall & Wilcox European Desk.
- Liam Campion has been appointed senior associate in the Hall & Wilcox Insurance team. Liam has experience and expertise in general insurance litigation, including insurance fraud, public liability, property damage (including recoveries) and indemnity disputes.
- Nick Rimington has been appointed senior associate in the Hall & Wilcox Corporate & Commercial team. Nick is a key member of our Franchising, Retail & Distribution team and has experience advising clients across a wide range of franchising, information technology, intellectual property and general commercial matters.
Hall & Wilcox Managing Partner, Tony Macvean, commented:
“Oliver, Liam and Nick are all fantastic lawyers and deserving of their respective promotions. These promotions are part of our growth story and demonstrate our commitment to providing opportunities for our people.”
The appointments will commence on 1 January 2015.
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