Holding Redlich hires former Freehills partner

By Reporter|05 March 2012

Holding Redlich has announced the appointment of Daniel Blue as corporate and commercial group leader in its Melbourne office and co-head of its national energy and resources practice.

Holding Redlich has announced the appointment of Daniel Blue as corporate and commercial group leader in its Melbourne office and co-head of its national energy and resources (E&R) practice.

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Blue will share the latter role with David Walker in the firm’s Sydney office.

Blue has broad corporate and commercial experience and has advised Australian and multinational corporations on a range of issues.

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He also has significant E&R experience and has advised clients like Exarro Resources Limited (on the sale of its mineral sands operations to US-based Tronox Inc) as well as Chinese investors.

“I’m very much looking forward to working with David Walker and a dynamic group of young partners to build a leading national energy and resources practice,” Blue said.

The announcement follows the recent appointments of Michael Grosser (ex-DLA Piper) and Suzy Cairney (ex-Allens Arthur Robinson) as partners in the corporate and commercial group of the firm’s Brisbane office.

“I look forward to announcing further senior appointments in the weeks ahead as we continue to add to our already considerable experience and expertise in the industries we serve,” said Chris Lovell, Holding Redlich’s national managing partner.

 

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