Clients are advised by our Sydney Office in cross-border and domestic transactions/M&A work, inbound investment, major litigation and arbitration matters, intellectual property, antitrust/competition, regulatory law and investigations, energy and resources law, and restructuring and insolvency.
- Clients are served by lawyers, many of whom are widely recognized as market leaders in their fields, who practice Australian law and offer deep local legal, commercial, and market knowledge derived from extensive experience in the Australian market.
- Our lawyers in Sydney counsel clients across domestic and global industry sectors, including financial services, energy and resources, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, technology and telecommunications, funds and private equity, health care, agriculture, and retail and consumer goods.
- Clients are advised by our Sydney-based lawyers in such practice areas as: inbound investment regulation advice; M&A, capital markets, and securities law; major litigation and arbitration; intellectual property; antitrust and competition; regulatory law, governance, and investigations; energy and resources; private equity; projects and infrastructure; banking and finance; restructuring and insolvency; and employment and employee benefits.
- Lawyers in our Sydney Office work closely with our other Australian offices, located in Perth, Brisbane, and Melbourne, as well as colleagues in our other worldwide offices.
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