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HOLDING REDLICH APPOINTS TWO NEW PARTNERS
Holding Redlich (Australia) is very pleased to announce the appointment of two new partners.[caption id="attachment_4085" align="alignright" width="150"] Benjamin Marshall[/caption]Benjamin Marshall joined the firm on Monday, 30 January as a partner in the national Workplace Relations and Safety Group, based in Melbourne. He provides practical and strategic advice on workplace and employment law, specialising in enterprise bargaining, workplace change, workplace litigation and dispute resolution.Benjamin’s clients extend across a wide range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, transport, retail and health. His expertise includes:
workplace strategy, including restructuring, implementation of change and enterprise bargaining
workplace relations litigation, including industrial action and dispute resolution
managing investigations and other dealings with regulators, including the Fair Work Ombudsman, the Office of the Australian Building and Construction Commissioner and WorkSafe
employment law, including employee contracts, senior executive contract negotiations, termination of employment, post-employment obligations and discrimination matters.
Angela Flannery will join the national Corporate and Commercial Group in Sydney on Monday, 13 February.Angela has more than 20 years’ experience, as both a partner in private practice and in senior Australian Federal Government roles.Angela has particular expertise in the Technology, Media & Communications (TMC) industry, most recently as General Counsel in the Australian Federal Government Department of Communications and the Arts. Angela provides regulatory, transactional and litigation advice to TMC clients. She has a deep knowledge of the regulatory framework governing the broader communications sector in Australia, including relating to telecommunications infrastructure, spectrum regulation, consumer regulation and the changing regulation in the media and content areas (which also encompasses copyright).