Moulis Legal senior lawyer Alistair Bridges has been named as an “Associate to Watch” in International Trade / WTO law by premier client-ranking agency Chambers & Partners in its 2016 Asia Pacific research.
Premier peer-ranking agency Who’s Who Legal has released its 2015 list, ranking partner Daniel Moulis as one of the world’s 20 most highly regarded trade lawyers, and in the top five outside Brussels, Geneva and Washington DC.
Moulis Legal is proud to partner with the Property Council’s ACT Division to deliver the upcoming Division Lunch on “Property Investment from China“.
Christopher Hewitt of Moulis Legal spoke yesterday at the 31st Asia Pacific Petroleum Conference to leading mid-stream petroleum businesses and market leaders.
Principal partner at Moulis Legal, Daniel Moulis, told attendees at the Export Council of Australia’s ‘Finding your international competitiveness in Singapore’ market briefing that the importance of Singapore as either a “spoke” or a “hub” for Australian exporters was unquestionable.
Daniel Moulis highlighted the growing familiarity of China as a place for Australians to do business in his address to the ACBC Export Forum at Sofitel Sydney on 15 July 2015. At the same time, he pointed out that it would be a mistake to assume too much, and that gaining a full understanding of both the legal niceties of the deal and your prospective business partners was of critical importance.
Moulis Legal’s Charles Zhan and Christopher Hewitt, Head of the Brisbane Office, attended the exclusive Chambers Asia-Pacific Awards on Monday evening in Hong Kong. The awards ceremony brought together the legal elite in Asia-Pacific to recognise the region’s leading law firms. Moulis legal was recently recognised by Chambers Asia-Pacific as a market leading law firm and was invited to attend the awards.