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Bolstering our corporate advisory offering

Johnson Winter & Slattery has welcomed leading corporate lawyer Amit Jois to its Brisbane team.

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Advising on largest Series B investment in Australia to date

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...

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High Court rules in favour of Linc Energy

Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised the liquidators of Linc Energy (Linc) in a successful High Court ruling handed down in September.

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12 new senior practitioners promoted

Johnson Winter & Slattery has internally promoted 12 senior practitioners with the appointment of five Partners, one Special Counsel, and six Senior Associates.

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Growing our leading dispute resolution team

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.

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Blackmores acquires Catalent Australia

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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2019 Oil & Gas Firm of the Year

Johnson Winter & Slattery was named the 2019 Law Firm of the Year for our expertise in the area of Oil & Gas Law.

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Battery Ventures makes significant investment in domestic talent management software

Johnson Winter & Slattery advised Battery Ventures on the Australian aspects of its investment in PageUp People.

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Unilever acquires Weis Frozen Foods

Unilever has acquired Weis Frozen Foods, a premium Australian ice cream and frozen dessert business, for an undisclosed amount.

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Natixis acquires majority stake in Investors Mutual

Johnson Winter & Slattery advised Natixis Global Asset Management (Natixis) on its acquisition of 51.9% of the share capital of Investors Mutual Limited (IML).

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JWS welcomes leading Planning & Environment partner in a new area for the firm

Johnson Winter & Slattery announced today that highly regarded planning and environment lawyer, Samantha Daly, has joined the firm as a partner based in the Sydney office.

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JWS advises Arcadia on TopShop Australia administration

Johnson Winter & Slattery advises Arcadia Group Ltd, the UK based parent company of fashion retailer Top Shop/Top Man.

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JWS advises SA Government in relation to revolutionary SA Energy Plan

JWS has worked with key agencies of the State of South Australia in relation to the successful implementation of a number of elements of the $520 million Energy Plan announced by Premier Jay...

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JWS advises Cooper Energy on equity raising

JWS advised Cooper Energy on all aspects of the equity raising of approximately $135 million by way of a fully underwritten accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer.

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Spring Investment proposes $436m Astro acquisition

JWS is acting for Spring Investment Co who is co-investing with global private equity firm Blackstone in a $436 million proposal to acquire Astro’s TK interests.

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7 new senior practitioners promoted

JWS has internally promoted seven senior practitioners with the appointment of two Partners, four Special Counsel, and one Senior Associate.

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ACCC Complex Merger Review Report 2017 released

JWS has released its inaugural report on recent trends and insights into complex ACCC merger review cases. The Report is the first of its kind in Australia.

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JWS acts for Scott’s Group on merger with K&S

JWS acted for the Scott’s Group on all aspects of the merger of its Scott’s Transport Industries business into ASX-listed K&S Corporation Limited.

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Cooper Energy acquires Santos' Victorian gas assets

JWS acted for Cooper Energy regarding agreements to acquire the Victorian gas assets of Santos, and an offer to raise $62 million.

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JWS further bolsters world-class dispute resolution and competition practice

Leading commercial litigation and competition lawyer, Tom Jarvis, has joined JWS as a partner in the Melbourne office.

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Litigation funders get green light to extract commissions from all open class members – even those w

For the first time an Australian Court has made a ‘common fund’ order allowing litigation funders to extract their commission from all class members in an open class, even those who have not...

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