Colin Biggers & Paisley continues expansion in Brisbane with appointment of employment and safety partner Megan Kavanagh
8 February 2016
Employment and safety expert Megan Kavanagh has joined the Brisbane office of Colin Biggers & Paisley as a partner.
Megan is a highly regarded employment litigator, with vast experience defending claims in the industrial, discrimination and human rights, workplace health and safety, and civil jurisdictions.
Megan's practice is focused on working with insurers and their insureds to resolve or defend claims arising under employment practices liability (EPL) policies and directors' and officers' policies. In addition, Megan provides advice on employment, work health and safety, equal opportunity, harassment and bullying to clients in a range of industries, including education, health, transport, manufacturing, retail and hospitality, as well as government and the not-for-profit sector. She also regularly conducts client training in these areas.
Managing partner Dunstan de Souza noted that Megan Kavanagh was the latest in a series of significant recent additions to the legal practice: "Megan's appointment represents an important milestone for us, significantly boosting our employment and safety capabilities in Brisbane.
"We've had a number of excellent senior lawyers joining us over recent months who are leading experts in their field of practice. It is gratifying that people of Megan's calibre continue to be attracted to Colin Biggers & Paisley."
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