Lander & Rogers poaches insurance partner

By Tom Lodewyke|22 February 2017
Mark Lindfield

Lander & Rogers has recruited a corporate insurance partner from a rival mid-tier firm.

Mark Lindfield (pictured) has joined the Sydney office of Australian firm Lander & Rogers as a partner. He was previously a partner at DibbsBarker, where he established the firm’s front-end insurance practice, according to a statement from Lander & Rogers. He also spent 10 years at Allens, helping to grow its non-contentious insurance practice.

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Mr Lindfield said he was drawn to Lander & Rogers’ longstanding interest in and commitment to the insurance sector, as well as the quality of its work and people.

“Lander & Rogers provides me with a platform to service insurance clients on all their legal needs, from mergers and acquisitions to restructuring and licensing, from product development and distribution through to regulatory investigations and disputes.

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“It is a specialist area of practice and expertise, and Lander & Rogers is totally committed to the sector, which is a real drawcard for me,” he said.

Jackie Solakovski, head of Lander & Rogers’ corporate group, welcomed Mr Lindfield’s appointment and said it would support the growth of the firm’s insurance and financial services offering.

“Corporate insurance is a very specialised area and Mark’s experience, along with his knowledge of the insurance regulatory landscape, add depth to our growing corporate insurance practice, as well as complementing our market-leading insurance law and litigation practice,” she said.

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