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NewLaw firm bolsters WA office with new hire

NewLaw firm bolsters WA office with new hire

Marc Montandon

Nexus Law Group has announced it has appointed a new consulting principal to its Western Australia site.

The NewLaw firm has welcomed Marc Montandon (pictured) to its WA hub, who brings with him experience advising on both national and international matters in sectors including natural resources, scientific testing, manufacturing and infrastructure.

Nexus Law Group principal Greg Smith said Mr Montandon is a welcome addition to the expanding WA office and will complement its growing client base.

“The beauty of Nexus is that we are able to draw on the skill set of the growing lawyer network, but it was time to appoint another local consulting principal to the team, with the required commercial experience,” Mr Smith.

“Marc is a versatile commercial and corporate lawyer, with international and emerging markets experience. Given our location, this type of experience is invaluable to our clients.”

This sentiment was echoed by Nexus Law Group founder Marcus McCarthy, who described Mr Montandon as a “invaluable member of the WA team”.

“Western Australia is a key market for us and we are delighted to welcome Marc,” he said.

“Our flexibility and scalability offers the Western Australian marketplace access to some of the best lawyers available, without the high overhead cost of the traditional practice model. We offer affordability without sacrificing quality or service.”

Mr Montandon said he is delighted to join Nexus.

“To put it simply, Nexus offers innovative support systems and access to a high quality professional network that allow me to optimise client services,” he said.

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