Colin Biggers & Paisley announces corporate and commercial appointment
17 May 2016
Carlos Gouveia has joined Colin Biggers & Paisley's corporate and commercial team as a special counsel.
Carlos brings a wealth of experience in the areas of major projects, construction, finance, and mergers and acquisitions. As a qualified chartered accountant, Carlos is also able to provide invaluable advice on a wide variety of tax law, including income tax, capital gains tax, goods and services tax, stamp duty, fringe benefits tax and tax reform.
Jon Meadmore, who leads the corporate and commercial team, said: "We are delighted that Carlos has joined Colin Biggers & Paisley. His appointment further strengthens our corporate and commercial team nationally. His breadth of experience from tax to infrastructure projects and finance will greatly benefit our team and our clients."
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Colin Biggers & Paisley was founded over a century ago. Today we are a legal practice with over 60 partners and over 400 staff. We are highly regarded for our expertise in construction, insurance, property, government, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, banking and finance, corporate and commercial, employment and safety, intellectual property, planning and environment, restructuring and insolvency, transport and logistics. We act for major corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, government departments and individuals. We have both the capacity and the expertise to deliver on complex national and multinational projects.
Colin Biggers & Paisley is based in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, with associated firms in Adelaide and Perth. Through our affiliation with ADVOC Asia, ADVOC International, ADVOC Europe and ADVOC Latin America, as well as our close association with Dubai law firm LutfiCBP, we are able to offer access to quality legal advice around the globe.
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