Insights

Colin Biggers & Paisley is pleased to announce that a number of its practice groups and lawyers have been recognised in the Chambers Asia-Pacific 2019 rankings.
 
Notably, its insurance practice is recognised as Band 1 and the following partners are listed for their expertise in this field:
Its shipping practice is recognised as Band 2 and the following individuals have also been included in the rankings:
Colin Biggers & Paisley's expertise in Aviation: Liability has also been recognised as has its Property team.
 
Its construction practice is recognised as Band 4 as well as Geoff Standen (Band 4) and Brad Kermond (Recognised Practitioner).
 
Planning, Government, Infrastructure and Environment partner Ian Wright is recognised for his expertise in Environment & Planning in Band 3.
 
Its Restructuring/Insolvency practice is recognised as Band 5, in addition to Scott Hedge who is also listed.
 
For more information please contact Linda Branton on 02 8281 4594 or linda.branton@cbp.com.au.

About Colin Biggers & Paisley

Colin Biggers & Paisley was founded over a century ago. Today we are a legal practice with 68 partners and 470 employees. 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, 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. Through our growing Middle East Practice and our affiliation with ADVOC Asia, ADVOC International, ADVOC Europe and ADVOC Latin America, we are able to offer access to quality legal advice around the globe.
We launched the Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation in 2015, with a core focus on promoting and protecting the rights of women and children in Australia and abroad through an innovative mix of pro bono legal services, volunteering and charitable contributions.

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