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Adelaide Brighton is to acquire the Direct Mix Concrete and Southern Quarries Group of Companies. Minter Ellison advised the vendors on all legal aspects of the sale.
Minter Ellison has advised Oakton on its acquisition by Dimension Data Australia, which has entered into an agreement to purchase 100 per cent of Oakton’s 90 million shares.
AstraZeneca has failed to prevent generic companies from selling competing generic versions of its Crestor cholesterol drug. Minter Ellison represented Watson and Ascent in this matter.
Minter Ellison has advised Pact Group Holdings on its acquisition of the Australian and New Zealand operations of Sulo Group.
Trustpower has emerged as the successful bidder for a suite of green power assets of the New South Wales government.
Andrew Corletto has joined Minter Ellison SA/NT as a partner. Corletto is an experienced corporate, energy and resources lawyer with more than 25 years in practice.
Baosteel Resources Australia and Aurizon Operations recently announced a joint conditional off-market takeover offer for all of the outstanding ordinary shares in Aquila Resources.
The Fu Wah International Group has added Melbourne’s iconic Park Hyatt Hotel to its extensive portfolio, paying AUD130m for the property.
Asaleo Care, advised by Minter Ellison, has completed its initial public offering (IPO) of shares and listing on the Australian Securities Exchange.
The Competition Policy Review presents a golden opportunity to resuscitate productivity growth in Australia through micro-economic reform, according to Minter Ellison.
Minter Ellison has advised NSW Treasury on the lease of the Port of Newcastle to a consortium comprising Hastings Funds Management and China Merchants.
Anna Rawlings, a partner of Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, Minter Ellison’s associated firm in New Zealand, has been appointed to that country’s Commerce Commission.
Minter Ellison partner David Pratley and special counsel Michael Ward have advised Permira on the tax aspects of an agreement to sell Renaissance Learning.
The range and depth of capabilities of Minter Ellison’s team across Australia has been recognised by the 2014–15 list of Best Lawyers.
Investment in agribusiness is about supporting Asian partner objectives, says Minter Ellison senior partner Adam Handley.
Minter Ellison is advising two global investment banks on Kingsgate’s AUD59.4m institutional placement and accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer.
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.
Minter Ellison’s international managing partner, Mark Green, has been elected chairman of the Australia-Mongolia Business Council.