MinterEllison is an international law firm, headquartered in Australia and regarded as one of the Asia-Pacific's premier law firms.
We have a clear goal – to be our clients' best partner. We put the client at the center of everything we do and partner with them to deliver truly innovative solutions.
We also think beyond the law, offering clients advisers who are multi-disciplinary and industry-facing to help them realize their strategic goals, grasp business opportunities and create value for their stakeholders.
The firm's specialist lawyers have built a pre-eminent reputation as corporate legal advisers in cross-border transactions and in industry sectors that are key to Asia-Pacific region's economic growth – banking and financial services, infrastructure, energy and resources, manufacturing, telecommunications, property development and international trade.
The firm prides itself on delivering cross-border seamless service, technical excellence and commercial, practical, results-oriented advice. Clients agree, saying: "One of the firm’s major strengths is client service. The lawyers are always available and will work around the clock" (Chambers Asia Pacific); "The lawyers have excellent knowledge and take the time to understand the needs of the client" (Chambers Global); "The firm provides outstanding strategic commercial advice" (Legal 500: Asia Pacific) and "MinterEllison has a top practice and a very strong team" (IFLR 1000).
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The infrastructure building blocks of transport, telecommunications and utilities provide the foundation for most of our economic and social wellbeing.
Our Venture Capital Group collaborated on an expansive guide covering more than 30 jurisdictions on investment approval processes, typical investment sectors and investment structures on VC deals (and more!). The objective of this publication is to serve as a Q&A-style multi-jurisdictional guide to venture capital law in countries where WLG member firms have offices. This chapter covers Australia - contributed by Nicolas Lee, Jeremy Blackshaw, James Hutton and Glen Sauer of MinterEllison.
We asked our member firms around the globe to provide some insight on employer and employee rights when it comes to requiring the COVID-19 vaccine to return to work. Gordon Williams, David Paterson, Sam Quinn & Olivia Borgese of MinterEllison share their views from Australia.
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