Pipers takes two corporate heavyweights
Piper Alderman has lured two new corporate partners, David Bradley from Lander & Rogers and former Gadens partner David Cornwell.
Bradley (pictured right) is based in Melbourne and Cornwell has joined the firm’s Sydney team.
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Bradley has experience in complex M&A transactions, infrastructure projects, joint ventures, procurement, PPPs and competition law.
His expertise covers many industries including energy and resources, rail and road transport, water, infrastructure, telecommunications, health and government.
Cornwell (pictured below) has ties to Asia as he lived there for several years when he worked as a partner for an international law firm. He has worked on a range of international corporate and capital market transactions.
Piper Alderman’s managing partner Tony Phelps commented on the appointments.
“[We] continue to be an important destination for senior lawyers looking to move away from larger firms in order to provide a more personalised, tailored service for their clients.”