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New partner for national firm

New partner for national firm

Kyle Siebel

A national law firm has welcomed the appointment of a new partner to its Australia-wide construction and infrastructure group.

Holding Redlich has named Kyle Siebel (pictured) as the new partner, who brings with him extensive experience in construction dispute resolution and property-related disputes.

Throughout his career, Mr Siebel has acted for principals, contractors and consultants, as well as a number of Victorian government agencies and departments. He has conducted cases before all Victorian courts, the Federal Court of Australia and a number of tribunals and industry boards.

Holding Redlich national managing partner Ian Robertson said Mr Siebel will be a valuable addition to the national construction and infrastructure team.

“Kyle is an excellent lawyer and a great fit for us both with respect to his expertise and experience and culturally,” Mr Robertson said.

“He will boost our offering in this important area with skills and experience that will complement those of our national construction and infrastructure team very well.”

Mr Siebel said he was excited to join Holding Redlich and looks forward to this new chapter in his legal career.

“This is a great opportunity to join one of the best C&I teams in the country,” Mr Siebel said.

“In addition, I’m looking forward to working in a firm that is renowned for its focus on the local market and which has the flexibility to respond to emerging trends.

“Culture is also very important for me. Holding Redlich has a stellar reputation for its culture and the way the firm looks after its people.”

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