Bennett & Philp expands property team

By Emma Ryan|23 March 2020

Brisbane-based law firm Bennett & Philp has expanded its property and real estate arm with the appointment of a new special counsel.

Dan Ronan has taken on the new job at Bennett & Philp, bringing with him nearly 20 years’ experience.

Throughout his career, Mr Ronan has advised on a broad range of matters, including commercial leasing, residential conveyancing, commercial conveyancing, rural transactions, property development and property-related disputes. His main focus as a property lawyer has been assisting property developers in community titles scheme and flat land subdivisions from site acquisition, titling, sale contracts and planning and environment litigation, according to a statement from the firm. 

Mr Ronan’s new role will see him work closely with the firm’s property and real estate director, Bill Purcell. 

“Dan will strengthen what is already a skilled and experienced property and real estate team. In addition to partnering closely with his clients to deliver excellent outcomes, Dan is committed to service excellence,” said Bennett & Philp managing director Lance Pollard. 

“Dan is an excellent property and real estate lawyer possessing exceptional technical legal skills and a calm measured approach when delivering solutions for his clients. The addition of Dan to Bennett & Philp’s property and real estate team allows us to enhance our firm’s skill set further and augment our presence within the sector.”

Commenting on his new role, Mr Ronan said: “Bennett & Philp is a growing firm that has a strong property and real estate presence within the Brisbane market”. 

“I’m looking forward to working with Bill and the rest of the team on growing this practice and achieving the best possible results for our clients,” he added.

Bennett & Philp expands property team
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