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Pragma Lawyers merges with Perth-based law firm

Western Australia-based law firm Pragma Lawyers has integrated with Perth-based law firm Gramercy Legal, a strategic move the former said will consolidate its position as a “leading authority in business law”.

user iconGrace Robbie 11 April 2024 SME Law
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Pragma Lawyers has enhanced its capacity to deliver “excellence in business law” to its clients by integrating with Perth-based law firm Gramercy Legal, which specialises in “corporate law, commercial law, property law and commercial litigation”.

The Western Australia-based law firm highlighted the significance of this merger as a “significant milestone”, highlighting the enrichment of its collective knowledge base with the addition of “special counsel Tony Di Francesco, senior associate Matt Micale and associate Sue Di Francesco” to its legal team.

Pragma Lawyers underscored that “by bringing together two respected firms, we foster a culture of collaboration and knowledge-sharing that benefits our clients and also our team”.


Tony Di Franseco, the new special counsel at Pragma Lawyers, has expressed his excitement about the two West Australian law firms joining forces.

“Gramercy Legal is delighted to announce the merger of its people and legal practice into the leading boutique legal firm of Pragma Lawyers.

“The depth of experience and resources within Pragma Lawyers will enable us to expand the practice areas and continue to provide exceptional service to our clients,” Tony Di Franseco stated.

Aaron McDonald, the founding director of Pragma Lawyers, has welcomed the Gramercy Legal team to the firm.

“I am delighted that Tony, Matt and Sue have joined our firm. They add a breadth of experience which our existing clients will be able to take advantage of.

“That experience is wide ranging, including in areas of property, commercial law, corporate governance and litigation,” McDonald commented.

McDonald also expressed how its integration with Gramercy Legal has continued to expand its legal team and the areas of law for which it provides services.

“Our firm now has grown in its 10th year to 43 staff. Our practice areas include recovery and insolvency, employment and industrial relations, corporate governance and ESG, intellectual property and technology, dispute resolution and litigation in all sectors, property and real estate and mining and resources,” McDonald said.