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Alice Carter promoted to the firm’s Partnership

Lynch Meyer Lawyers is pleased to announce the promotion of Alice Carter to the firm’s partnership. Alice started her career at Lynch Meyer as a Law Graduate and has a passion for delivering outstanding legal outcomes for our clients. Alice’s promotion to the firm’s partnership recognises her outstanding skill set in the credit management, debt…

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Lynch Meyer Lawyers welcomes new Special Counsel to property team

Lynch Meyer Lawyers is pleased to announce the expansion of its property team with the appointment of a new Special Counsel, Nicola Healey.  This adds further to the depth of the property practice with specialist expertise in leasing law. Nicola has extensive experience as a commercial property lawyer, in both Australia and the UK, specialising…

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Leading in Technology, Media & Telecommunications Law in South Australia

Lynch Meyer Lawyers is pleased to be listed in Doyle’s Guide as a Leading South Australian Technology, Media & Telecommunications Law Firm for 2019. Further, Partner John MacPhail has been recognised in Doyle’s Guide as a Leading Technology, Media & Telecommunications Lawyer in South Australia for 2019. Doyle’s Guide listings are identified by clients and peers who…

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Five lawyers from Lynch Meyer recognised in Best Lawyers Australia 2020 Edition

The most recent edition of Best Lawyers Australia has been released, with five lawyers from Lynch Meyer recognised in the 2020 list. Chair of Partners, Michael Hutton, has been recognised for the seventh consecutive year in Construction/Infrastructure Law.  Additionally, Partner Sam Burford has also been recognised in this area of law. Partner Sonia Bolzon was…

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Prestigious listings in Doyle’s Guide for our Construction Team

Lynch Meyer Lawyers’ construction team have today received a number of prestigious listings in Doyle’s Guide for South Australia for 2019. The firm has been recognised as one of two First Tier Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Law Firms in South Australia, and as a Leading Front End Construction & Infrastructure Law Firm in South…

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Growth for Lynch Meyer’s construction and commercial practices

Lynch Meyer Lawyers is pleased to welcome Senior Associate Charles Moran and Associate Daniel Idema to the firm’s construction and commercial teams. Charles has a wealth of commercial and civil litigation experience.  He has previously worked for one of Australia’s largest firms where he was involved in a variety of litigation matters including large construction…

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Best Lawyers Australia and Lawyer of the Year Recognition

South Australian commercial law firm Lynch Meyer Lawyers has once again been listed in the Best Lawyers Australia List released on 13 April, with four of its Partners consecutively named in the 2019 list. Chair of Partners, Michael Hutton, has additionally been recognised as the 2019 Lawyer of the Year for Construction/Infrastructure Law.  Only a…

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Continuing to lead in Construction Law for South Australia

Lynch Meyer Lawyers’ construction team have once again received a number of listings in Doyle’s Guide for South Australia. Our Chair of Partners, Michael Hutton, has once again been recognised as a Preeminent Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyer in South Australia for 2018.  Further, Partner Sam Burford was also Recommended in this category. Michael Hutton was…

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Lynch Meyer Lawyers and James Neate Consecutively Recommended as Leading in Insolvency & Restructuring Law

Lynch Meyer Lawyers has once again been Recommended in Doyles’ Guide as a Leading Insolvency & Restructuring Law Firm in South Australia for 2017. Further, Partner James Neate has successively been personally Recommended as a Leading Insolvency & Restructuring Lawyer in South Australia for 2017. James is the National President of the Australian Institute of Credit Management…

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