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National firm appoints three new state partners

National firm appoints three new state partners

Benjamin Marshall

A national law firm has announced the appointment of three new partners to its Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane offices.

Holding Redlich has welcomed Benjamin Marshall (pictured left), Helena Golovanoff (pictured right) and Kylie Wilson to its partnership.

Mr Marshall is based in the workplace relations and safety group in Melbourne, Ms Golovanoff is based in the construction and infrastructure group in Sydney and Ms Wilson is based in the corporate and commercial group in Brisbane.

Mr Marshall brings to his new role a background in advising employers in relation to all aspects of labour and employment law. His extensive client list includes private business owners, multinational and listed companies and government bodies.

“The legal landscape for employers is more complex than ever before, with the level of regulation and the expectations placed upon employers continuing to increase, and requiring more strategic navigation,” Mr Marshall said while commenting on his new role.

Ms Golovanoff brings 15 years’ experience in advising on large-scale construction and commercial disputes throughout Australia, providing dispute resolution, transaction and advisory services.

“This is an area of industry where complex negotiations are common and where the commercial reality our clients find themselves working in is constantly evolving,” Ms Golovanoff said.

“I am very pleased to bring my skills to Holding Redlich’s national construction and infrastructure team.”

Meanwhile Ms Wilson specialises in the areas of self-managed superannuation and the legal issues related to the farming and agribusiness sectors.

“This is a complex, ever changing area of law and I am proud to have spent many years working closely with advisors to prepare compliant solutions,” she said.

“I look forward to working with the team at Holding Redlich and helping boost the national corporate and commercial practice in this area.”

Holding Redlich national managing partner Ian Robertson welcomed the three new partners to the firm, saying they represent a huge value-add.

“It’s very pleasing to have three more partners of such a high calibre join our firm,” Mr Robertson said.

“The skills and expertise of each of these three partners will be valuable additions to both their local offices and also to the national practices of the firm.”


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