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G+T announces five new partners

G+T announces five new partners

The managing partner of law firm Gilbert + Tobin, Danny Gilbert, has today announced the appointment of five new partners to its ranks.

The managing partner of law firm Gilbert + Tobin, Danny Gilbert, has today announced the appointment of five new partners to its ranks. 


Michael Caplan and Cameron Whittfield, commercial partners specialising in information technology and telecommunications, have joined the firm to service its Melbourne client base. 


Dr Martyn Taylor, a competition law and market regulation partner has joined the firm's competition and regulation group in Sydney.
 
Catherine Dermody, a regulatory lawyer in the competition and regulation group and Tim Gole, a lawyer who focuses on large and complex TMT transactions in the corporate, communications and technology group have both been promoted to partner.
 
Gilbert said the firm is delighted to have such a high calibre group of individuals join the partnership. 


"The firm is entering an exciting time in its development and we welcome the significant talent represented in this group and their ability to contribute to our long-term client relationships," he said. 

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