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Author: Duffie Osental
Publication: Australasian Lawyer
Publication date: 05/07/19
Publisher: Key Media

National law firm Holding Redlich has announced the recruitment of two new partners and the appointment of 16 to senior positions.

The appointments represent a wide range of practice areas – including media and communications, property planning and development,
workplace relations, dispute resolution and litigation, and construction, infrastructure and projects.

Lisa Fitzgerald has joined the firm as a partner in the technology, media and communications practice in Melbourne. Blair Beven, an intellectual property specialist, has joined the firm as a technology, media and communications partner in Sydney.

Meanwhile, the firm has promoted three special counsel to partnership, and appointed four new special counsel and nine senior associates. A further 16 lawyers have been appointed to associate level.

Those who have been promoted from special counsel to partner are Vanessa Maruna (property, planning and development, Cairns), Alexander McNutt (property, planning and development, Sydney), and Louise Rumble (workplace relations and safety, Sydney).

Appointed to special counsel are Sandra Hollingsworth(property, planning and development, Brisbane), Wylie Thorpe (dispute resolution and litigation, Brisbane), Tanya Jackson (dispute resolution and litigation, Brisbane), and Evan Willis (workplace relations and safety, Melbourne).

New senior associates are Grace Wimberley (property, planning and development, Brisbane), Natasha Ung (Property, Planning & Development, Brisbane), Rose Sanderson(dispute resolution and litigation, Brisbane), Damien Payard (dispute resolution and litigation, Brisbane), Caitlin Murdock (dispute resolution and litigation, Brisbane), Caitlin Waldron (dispute resolution and litigation, Brisbane), Catherine Sim (personal injury, Melbourne), Stef Jang (construction, infrastructure and projects, Sydney), and Ashleigh Mills (workplace relations and safety, Sydney)

“These appointments and promotions add to the depth of our expertise and experience,” said Ian Robertson, national managing partner at
Holding Redlich. “I warmly congratulate everyone.”

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