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Health and safety partner swaps firms

Health and safety partner swaps firms


Corrs Chambers Westgarth has lost partner Jane Hall to Seyfarth Shaw in Melbourne.

Ms Hall has almost 20 years’ experience as a health and safety lawyer in the public and private sectors.

Ms Hall has experience in both litigation and advisory work and has been involved in numerous investigations, coronial inquests and prosecutions.

She also has experience working in-house in legal and operational roles, including as a senior executive for a safety regulator.

Seyfarth Shaw Australia managing partner Darren Perry said: “We are excited about the expertise and profile that Jane will bring to the firm, further enhancing our reputation for high stakes litigation and advisory work for leading employers.”

He continued: “Jane’s knowledge and experience in workplace health and safety is a natural fit for our firm as we continue to focus on responding to the complex workplace law needs of our Australian and international clients.”

Jane will continue to service clients from Melbourne and will work closely with Paul Cutrone, who joined Seyfarth Shaw last year.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth also recently lost special counsel David Ulbrick to Holman Fenwick Willan but gained Alan Colman, a former counsel to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.


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