Richard Skopal (pictured), who previously worked as acting general counsel for Mazda Australia, has joined the Melbourne office as a property and real estate partner.
He has a particular focus on commercial transactions including due diligence investigations and reporting, large and mid-scale development projects, and all aspects of commercial and retail leasing
Construction and infrastructure partner Scott Alden was appointed to the Sydney office from DLA Piper.
His experience includes advising on all aspects of large infrastructure projects for both government and private sector clients.
Former Norton Rose Fulbright lawyer Gerard Timbs will join the Brisbane partnership, along with Peter Nugent, who was previously a special counsel with HWL Ebsworth.
“This is an exciting time for the firm as we welcome four new partners who all bring unique expertise and insights into these very complex areas of law,” said national managing partner Ian Robertson.
Holding Redlich has also promoted three lawyers to partner positions: Joseph Monaghan, (Melbourne, planning and environment); Lisa Paul, (Melbourne, personal injury); Cameron Sheather, (Sydney, property and real estate); and Katie Miller, (Brisbane, property and real estate).