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Nexus makes first Melbourne appointment

Nexus makes first Melbourne appointment

Narin de Saini, Nexus Law Group

Nexus Law Group has announced the appointment of Narin Xavier de Saini as consulting principal in its recently-established Melbourne office.

Mr de Saini (pictured) is a corporate lawyer who provides general counsel services to emerging and multinational companies. He has also worked as a New York attorney.

Mr de Saini has a particular interest in technology and educational and e-commerce ventures, including cutting-edge concepts such as augmented reality and SaaS offerings. He also has in‐depth experience in mid‐market mergers and acquisitions.

Nexus Law Group founder Marcus McCarthy, said Mr de Saini’s US experience and expertise in finding forward‐looking and nimble solutions for start­‐up ventures aligns with the Nexus culture of innovation and specialisation.

“Operating as a ‘NewLaw’ firm we always have an eye on the future of legal services,” Mr McCarthy said.

“Narin’s expertise in the international transactional landscape is a great addition to Nexus Law Group's skill set. He has helped businesses expand internationally and enter regulated foreign markets, build joint ventures and negotiate cross-border transactions and disputes.”

Nexus recently appointed James Ford as a consulting principal in its Brisbane office, Maeve Doyle and Stephen Mihaljevic as consulting principals in its Sydney office, and Greg Smith as a principal in its Perth office.


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