Moulis Legal Senior Associate Charles Zhan addressed the European Union’s top trade officials on issues and trends in Australian anti-dumping and anti-subsidy rules at a briefing session on 24 August 2017 in Canberra. The session, attended by counsellors representing the 28 EU Member States, heard from Mr Zhan about the increasing technicality and uncompromising enforcement of these rules by the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission in recent years.
Moulis Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Clark as a partner in the firm, based in our Brisbane office.
Prestigious Chambers Asia Pacific publication has once again ranked Moulis Legal as one of the top international trade law firms in Australia, continuing over 10 years of consistent recognition by our clients as a highly-regarded firm with extensive experience in trade matters across a broad range of industry sectors.
Moulis Legal’s Principal Partner, Daniel Moulis, has told the 4th CNI e IBRAC Seminar on International Trade that Australia’s bilateral trade agreement strategy has been “to go after our biggest trade partners and expand the trade even further”. He contrasted this with Brazil’s strong reliance on the WTO and Mercosur, and the fact that Brazil has no comprehensive bilateral deals in force with any of its top 15 two-way trade in goods partners.
The partners of Moulis Legal – Daniel Moulis, Shaun Creighton and Christopher Hewitt – are pleased to announce the transition of the firm to a new corporate structure. From 1 October 2016, our business will operate as an incorporated legal practice.
Moulis Legal Chief Executive Suzanne Moulis (above, left) presented the inaugural Moulis Legal Award for Diversity to real estate development group Mirvac at the Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards night on Friday 4 June.
Participants at Moulis Legal’s recent Property Business breakfast seminar were united in their concern and criticism of the present state of the law and administration of mixed-use development in Canberra. Regrettably the title of our event, Canberra’s mixed use development laws – uncool in the capital, matched its verdict.