Maddocks appoints senior Corporate/M&A and Competition and Regulatory specialists
Eddy is an experienced Corporate/M&A specialist with broad expertise in corporate transactions and corporate advisory advice. He regularly acts for both listed and unlisted clients and has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and corporate restructurings, advising on corporate governance matters and commercial contracting. He joins Maddocks from Lander & Rogers.
Richard is an experienced competition and economic regulation lawyer. He has significant experience in merger clearances and authorisations, access and infrastructure regulation, and ACCC investigations and enforcement. He advises clients on competition and regulatory matters across a number of sectors including energy, transport, infrastructure, and technology, media and telecommunications. He joins Maddocks from Herbert Smith Freehills.
Both Eddy and Richard have started with the firm.
Head of the firm’s Sydney Corporate and Commercial team, Duncan Hall, said the appointments of Eddy and Richard further strengthened the firm’s market-leading Corporate and Commercial team.
‘They are talented lawyers who will bring significant experience and expertise in areas of importance to our clients. We are really pleased to welcome them to Maddocks.’
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