Colin Biggers & Paisley is delighted to be recognised for its expertise in 15 practice areas in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2024 edition. In this edition we also see our practice achieve a new ranking in Dispute resolution: litigation. This recognition across our practice areas reinforces our commitment to providing our clients with outcome focused solutions and to meet their evolving needs.

These rankings also highlight Colin Biggers & Paisley's significant expertise and strong reputation across a range of sectors, including Insurance, Financial Services, Transport and Logistics, Construction, Planning and Property. 

The practice is recognised for its expertise in: 

Banking and finance - Tier 5

Corporate and M&A - Tier 5

Data protection - Tier 4

Dispute resolution: class actions - Tier 4

Dispute resolution: litigation - Tier 5

Environment and planning - Tier 3

Fintech and financial services regulatory - Tier 4

Infrastructure projects and construction - Tier 4

Insurance - Tier 2

Labour and employment - Tier 5

Labour and employment: workplace health and safety (WHS) - Tier 3

Real estate - Tier 3

Restructuring and insolvency - Tier 4

Transport: aviation - Tier 3

Transport: shipping - Tier 3

Consultant Patrick Monahan and partner Andrew Tulloch have achieved Hall of Fame recognition for the fourth year in a row, recognised as leading practitioners for Insurance and Transport: shipping respectively. 

Colin Biggers & Paisley again received numerous positive comments from clients across many of its practice areas, including: 

"Excellent, very experienced lawyers, who also have a commercial mindset and are very supportive of and responsive to their clients’ needs."

"Colin Biggers & paisley is a firm of industry experts. They act for many clients which ensures that they have up-to-date knowledge about the trends in the industry."

Published annually, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific rankings reflect the results of detailed analysis of law firm submissions and thousands of interviews with GCs and private practice lawyers, conducted by The Legal 500 team of researchers.

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