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Law firms link up with a national partner

11 July 18 - In the News

Publication: Cairns Post
Publication date: 11/07/18
Publisher: News Corp Australia


Cairns firms Law Solutions and All About Law have boosted their offerings by joining national firm Holding Redlich.

Law Solutions' Ranjit Singh has joined the Holding Redlich Cairns office, which unveiled its expansion in October last year, as a partner in the property and real estate practice, while All About Law's Vanessa Maruna will work as a special counsel specialising in planning and environment law.

Mr Singh and Ms Maruna will lead a team of 12, including James Harding, Daleena Hartin and Marsha Klipp.

"We are very pleased that our local team will now have the backing of a national firm and all of the resources that brings," Ms Maruna said.

HoldingRedlich national managing partner Ian Robertson said the expansion of the firm's Cairns office was a response to strong client demand in Far North Queensland.

"This expansion of our Cairns office will allow us to better serve our clients in the region," Mr Robertson said.

"Our focus in Cairns is on our strong areas of practice across our firm nationally – property and real estate, ­construction, planning and ­environment, disputes, employment and immigration, and all aspects of commercial law." Holding Redlich Cairns now has specialist teams in projects and construction and real estate, planning and environment and commercial law, commercial dispute resolution and workplace relations and immigration law.


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