The Best Lawyers™
More recognition for KHQ’s top flight team, with several of our lawyers being recognised in the 10th edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Australia!
- Chris Gianatti – Labour & Employment Law
- David Krolikowski – Real Estate & Property Law
- Fiona Gilbert – Franchise Law
- Peter Buberis – Franchise Law, Commercial Law, Entertainment Law
- Gina Capasso – Occupational Health & Safety Law
This is the third consecutive year that Peter and Fiona have been so recognised, and the second consecutive year for Gina. Congratulations, team!
Legal 500 Asia Pacific
We are proud to announce that KHQ Lawyers has again been recognised as a Leading Firm (Employment) in Australia for 2018 by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific.
Chris Gianatti, Director of our Workplace Relations & OHS team, is a Band 1 ‘Leading Individual’ for the fourth consecutive year, and Senior Associate Claire Brown joins the ranks as a Recommended lawyer.
Congratulations to Chris, Claire & the team!
Who's Who Legal
Who’s Who Legal conducts independent research with clients and peers to identify the world’s leading franchise lawyers for inclusion in this annual publication. This is the fifth time Peter has been so recognised and according to Who’s Who Legal, Peter “impresses clients and peers alike with his strong client base and impressive understanding of the industry”. This is the second time that Iain has been recognised, with clients describing him as a “true leader in the franchise legal market”.
Many thanks to our clients for this wonderful recognition, and congratulations Peter & Iain!
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