Angela is a partner in Holding Redlich’s national Corporate and Commercial group. Angela has more than 20 years’ experience as both a partner in private practice and in senior Commonwealth Government roles. She has broad commercial law expertise in both transactional and regulatory matters, with a particular focus on the telecommunications, media and technology (TMT) sector.
In her time at Holding Redlich, Angela has acted in a broad range of corporate matters, including the following:
While General Counsel and First Assistant Secretary in the Department of Communications and the Arts, Angela’s experience included:
Angela’s experience in private practice prior to her time at Holding Redlich included:
In addition, Angela holds the following positions:
04 Feb 19 to 29 Nov 19 - Sydney
Please register your interest for our Privacy & Data Roundtable Series 2019 which will be held in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Please click here for further details and to register your interest.
27 Feb 19 to 11 Dec 19 - Sydney
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
14 May 19 - Brisbane
The first seminar of our procurement seminar series will discuss probity in procurement. Key issues addressed will include: the key tenets of probity, what is value for money, what does conflict of interest mean and how to manage them, some war stories, navigating disclosure and confidentiality in procurement, what does accountability mean and how do we achieve it?
26 February 2019 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Bill 2018, which has been passed by Australia’s Parliament but is yet to receive Royal Assent, expands and strengthens the protections for Australian whistleblowers seeking to expose corporate misconduct.
18 February 2019 - Knowledge
#Technology, Media & Communications
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platforms Inquiry - a broad look at the impact of digital platforms like Facebook and Google on Australia’s media and advertising markets and the supply of journalism - has the potential to have wide-reaching ramifications on the communications sector.