Mahoneys has announced four staff promotions this month.
Rhys Williamson (commercial) and Ben Sandford (litigation) have been promoted to Senior Associate.
Rhys advises clients on general corporate and commercial matters, with a particular focus on the healthcare and software industries. He has assisted large businesses, research institutes and start-ups with commercial matters, including negotiating distribution, manufacturing, consultancy and supply agreements, shareholder agreements, software licensing and privacy issues. He also has extensive experience in intellectual property matters.
Ben has worked primarily in commercial litigation throughout his legal career. He also has experience in planning and environment litigation, including appeals against the refusal of development applications for major projects. His key service areas also include corporation, shareholder and partnership litigation, trusts, equity and fiduciary litigation, and building and construction disputes.
Francesca Barnes (litigation) and Will Kenny (property) have been promoted to Associate.
Francesca advises clients on commercial disputes, with a particular focus building and construction disputes, including compliance with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991 and the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017. Her experience also includes general commercial litigation, payment disputes and body corporate disputes, such as building defect claims.
Will is part of the firm’s property team, and focuses primarily on management rights, property development, commercial property and other general property matters. He has particular experience and interest in transactional work, acting for household investors, syndicates, partnerships and corporations. His key service areas also include business sales and acquisitions, and property development.
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