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Minter Ellison is one of five international law firms named as winners of a China Business Law 2013 award for energy, projects and infrastructure.
Minter Ellison’s Paul Kallenbach has told the Australian Financial Review that many companies are not prepared for the biggest change in privacy laws in a quarter-century.
Partner Nathan Cahill, senior associate Robyn Coote and consultant Elizabeth Mifsud from Minter Ellison have advised Quadrant Private Equity on the closure of its seventh fund.
Peter Bartlett, the head of Minter Ellison’s media practice, has been made a life member of the Melbourne Press Club in recognition of his contribution to the club over 13 years.
Minter Ellison’s international managing partner, Mark Green, has been elected chairman of the Australia-Mongolia Business Council.
Minter Ellison has received a pinnacle award for client service excellence in Australia at the Chambers Asia-Pacific 2014 Awards.
Minter Ellison has provided advice to Antofagasta, a copper company that has restructured two Australian companies via two schemes of arrangement under the Corporations Act.
Minter Ellison’s 2014 National CPD Week will be launched this month, offering something for in-house lawyers at any stage of their career.
Three years after investing in Discovery Holiday Parks, Next Capital, Allegro Funds, Macquarie Funds and management have sold the majority of the business to Sunsuper.
Minter Ellison has announced that two Australian intellectual property and patent and trademark litigators, and their team, have joined the firm.
Minter Ellison partner Richard Batten said there is a reluctance among licensees to apply for relief from ASIC in case it results in increased scrutiny from ASIC.
For the fourth consecutive year, Minter Ellison has been ranked as one of Australia’s ‘elite’ firms for competition law by Global Competition Review in its global survey.