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Mullins recruits four senior lawyers

Mullins recruits four senior lawyers

Bruce McGregor, Mullins Lawyers

One partner, two special counsels and one consultant have joined Mullins Lawyers from various firms.

The new Mullins team members are property partner Bruce McGregor (pictured), property special counsel Sharon O’Toole, banking and finance special counsel Gordon Perkins and corporate law consultant Sabina Langenhan.

Mr McGregor and Ms O'Toole join Mullins from previous positions at Macpherson Kelley, where they worked closely together on leasing and franchising matters.

Mr McGregor has experience preparing lease documentation for large Queensland shopping centres, including due diligence and redevelopment requirements.

In addition to her property law experience, Ms O’Toole has been actively involved with Native Title and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage since the concept of Native Title was first recognised by the High Court in 1992.

Mr Perkins has joined the firm from Gadens, having practised as a banking and finance lawyer for the last 10 years. He specialises in retail and commercial credit, structured finance, and creating and maintaining suites of precedent documents.

Ms Langenhan is German-born and has more than 15 years' legal experience. Her primary focus is delivering corporate legal services to German and European markets.

Mullins Lawyers' managing partner, Curt Schatz, said: "Her bilingual skills, together with her German legal and cultural background, give Sabina a unique advantage when liaising between communities in Australia and offshore."

He continued: "All of our new starters bring unique skill sets and new strengths to the firm. We're excited to welcome them to the team."

Mullins Lawyers recently lost partner Rebecca Castley to Colin Biggers & Paisley.

At the end of last year Mullins made five internal promotions, including Alan Strain to partner.

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