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Leading independent law firm Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised Archer Capital on its sale of V8 Supercars Holdings Pty Ltd, a motorsport entertainment services company that owns and operates...
Leading independent law firm Johnson Winter & Slattery has enhanced its white-collar crime offering with Kirsten Scott joining as a Special Counsel in the firm’s Perth office in November 2021.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has five finalists listed in the Lawyer’s Weekly Women in Law Awards 2021.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised Alceon Private Equity on its investment in Specialist Medical Services.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised Microsoft Corporation (USA) on its acquisition of Brisbane-based video editing software start-up Clipchamp.
Competition and Antitrust lawyer Michele Laidlaw returned to Johnson Winter & Slattery as a Partner in Sydney on 6 September 2021.
We have advised on the establishment of Gurīn Energy, a new Asian renewable energy development platform backed by Infratil Limited.
We have advised Co-operative Bulk Handling Limited on its new long-term rail haulage and maintenance agreement with Aurizon.
Seven of our partners have been named as finalists in the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards 2021.
William Oxby joined Johnson Winter & Slattery as a new partner in its Brisbane office on 27 April 2021. William’s appointment will bolster the firm’s expertise in environment and planning, with a...
Johnson Winter & Slattery is pleased to have been named Best Lawyer's 2022 Law Firm of the Year for Oil and Gas Law.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised Peabody on its sale to MetRes of the Millennium coal mine, a metallurgical coal mine located near Moranbah, Queensland. MetRes is a 50/50 joint venture between...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has won Best Law & Related Services Firm ($50-$200m revenue) in Beaton's 2021 Client Choice Awards.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised the owner of leading Australian video game developer Tantalus Media, on the sale of an 85% interest in Tantalus to Keywords Studios for a total consideration...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has been named a finalist for 'Best Law & Related Services Firm ($50 -$200m revenue)' and 'Best CX Firm: Law & Related Services' in Beaton’s 2021 Client Choice Awards.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised AgriWebb on a $30 million capital raising in a round led by TELUS Ventures, the strategic investment arm of Canada’s TELUS. One of the largest private funding...
The expansion will see Johnson Winter & Slattery offering clients an end-to-end tax service for their transactions, disputes and general business activities.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised the Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC) on the creation of a COVID-19 Vaccine Media Hub, a resource that will bring together multiple sources of evidence...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised ASX listed Funtastic Limited (Funtastic) on its acquisition of the Hobby Warehouse Group (HWG), the licensor of the Toys R Us and Babies R Us brands in...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised SGX listed Wee Hur Group on its acquisition of a $46.1 million site in Sydney's Redfern, following its recent acquisition in Canberra.
Five of our lawyers and professionals have been named finalists in the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2020.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised Beach Energy on its agreement to acquire Senex Energy’s Cooper Basin portfolio of assets for $87.5 million.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised its long standing client, Blackmores, on its divestment in Global Therapeutics.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has appointed James Love as a new partner in its Melbourne based Dispute Resolution team, effective as of 2 November 2020.
Johnson Winter & Slattery’s environment and planning team recently co-acted for Greenspot, a joint venture between the owners of Borg and Bettergrow, in its acquisition of the Wallerawang coal...
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