Chambers and Partners announced its rankings for the 2020 Global FinTech Guide and Piper Alderman has been ranked in Band 3 for FinTech Legal in Australia. Partner Michael Bacina is also recognised for his Blockchain and FinTech expertise in the FinTech Ranked Lawyers with a Band 1 ranking.
The Legal 500 has today released its Asia Pacific rankings for the 2020 edition and Piper Alderman has been recognised across 9 areas of law including Construction, Corporate and M&A, Dispute Resolution, Energy (transactions and regulatory), Intellectual Property, Labour & Employment, Real Estate, Regulatory Compliance & Investigations and Restructuring & Insolvency.
Piper Alderman has written the Australian chapter of Getting the Deal Through - Fintech, published by Lexology. The guide provides a timely and comprehensive overview of the latest legislative and regulatory developments affecting this rapidly developing industry.
Piper Alderman and leading litigation and disputes funder IMF Bentham Limited, confirm the Supreme Court of New South Wales handed down judgment in favour of their funded client, David Kerr in his capacity as additional Trustee of the SEAS Sapfor forestry scheme (Trustee).
Piper Alderman is delighted to have assisted LCM with an application seeking a declaration that its class action funding agreements are enforceable and are not void for public policy reasons.
Piper Alderman Partner, Michael Bacina, has been recognised at the Australian Blockchain Industry Awards as ‘2019 Blockchain Policy Maker or Influencer of the Year’.
In an exclusive interview with Lawyers Weekly, Piper Alderman's Managing Partner, Tony Britten-Jones talks about the growth of the firm over the last 18 months.
Senior litigation partners Gordon Grieve, Simon Morris and Greg Whyte have for a third year contributed the Australian chapter of Litigation Funding 2019, published by Getting the Deal Through.
Piper Alderman is delighted to be a Finalist of the Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2019 for Best Law & Related Services firm (A$50-200m).
Martin del Gallego returns to Piper Alderman this week as a dispute resolution and litigation partner in the Sydney office.