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Johnson Winter & Slattery has bolstered its Restructuring and Insolvency practice with the hire of new Partner Peter Smith, who joined the firm’s Brisbane office this week.
Johnson Winter & Slattery (JWS) adds to its market leading Corporate and Resources practices with Bruce Adkins and Stuart Clague joining as new partners from Corrs Chambers Westgarth. Both based in...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised Carlton & United Breweries on its acquisition of Gold Coast craft beer business, Balter Brewing Co.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised ReadyTech Holdings Limited on its acquisition of WageLink.
Johnson Winter & Slattery (JWS) has advised Infrastructure Capital Group on its successful bid to acquire Enwave Australia from Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
Johnson Winter & Slattery acted as Australian legal counsel to Imricor Medical Systems, Inc. on its initial public offering of CHESS Depositary Interests and listing on the Australian Securities...
Johnson Winter & Slattery is advising rural services company Ruralco Holdings Limited in relation to the competition aspects of its proposed acquisition by Nutrien. Last week, the ACCC granted...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has been recognised as one of Australia’s top firms for Class Actions after being named one of Lawyerly’s Class Action Powerhouses 2019.
Simon Haddy has joined Johnson Winter & Slattery as a new corporate partner, following a lateral hire from Herbert Smith Freehills. Simon will be based in the firm’s Melbourne office, from 5 August...
Johnson Winter & Slattery advised Harmony Property Investments on two major acquisitions in Brisbane, totalling $35.83 million in investments.
Christine Small will be joining Johnson Winter & Slattery’s market leading Disputes Resolution team.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has promoted four new partners and one special counsel, effective as of 1 July 2019.
Johnson Winter and Slattery advised Energy Networks Australia on its recently announced report that confirmed hydrogen can be injected into the gas distribution network from a legislative...
Partner Samantha Daly has been named a finalist for the Exceptional Woman in Mining category of the Women in Mining Awards 2019.
The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste has lost its bid to dismiss Lighthouse Corporation’s US$328 million lawsuit in the Supreme Court of Victoria. Johnson Winter & Slattery acts for Lighthouse...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has welcomed leading real estate lawyer, Peter Trevaskis, to the partnership.
Johnson Winter & Slattery (JWS) is advising Gazal Corporation on its proposed scheme of arrangement with PVH Corp. (PVH), which was announced today.
Johnson Winter & Slattery (JWS) is advising GFG Alliance on the addition of A$650 million in credit lines for working capital management and planned growth opportunities.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has welcomed leading corporate lawyer Amit Jois to its Brisbane team.
Johnson Winter & Slattery advised Institutional Venture Management XVI (IVP) and OpenView as lead investors on their Series B investment in Deputy by way of an acquisition of ordinary shares from...
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised the liquidators of Linc Energy (Linc) in a successful High Court ruling handed down in September.
Johnson Winter & Slattery has internally promoted 12 senior practitioners with the appointment of five Partners, one Special Counsel, and six Senior Associates.
Johnson Winter & Slattery announced this week that Mark Easton, a senior commercial litigation lawyer, has joined the firm as a partner in the Sydney office.
Johnson Winter & Slattery advised Blackmores on its agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Catalent Australia Holding, which owns and operates a tablet and softgel manufacturing facility in...
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