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.
Moulis Legal announced today that it has named Christopher Hewitt as a partner within the firm.
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.
Moulis Legal is proud to have been the major sponsor of UN Youth Australia’s 2015 Conference, Rising Against Racism, held in Canberra on 21 and 22 March. The conference brought together high school students from across Canberra and surrounding regions to engage, debate and discuss racism and its effects on individuals and the wider community.
Moulis Legal has today been ranked as one of the top 20 law firms in Australia by the prestigious Chambers Asia Pacific publication.
Christopher Hewitt and Andrea Jamieson have authored the Australian chapter in the recently released international publication Getting the Deal Through: Investment Treaty Arbitration 2015. Moulis Legal has also been accredited as a national expert in investment treaty arbitration (often referred to as investor-state dispute settlement) by United Kingdom’s Law Business Research Ltd.
Emilie Franklin hosted Australian and Chinese businesses at a breakfast seminar on developments in China’s intellectual property regime in our Brisbane office on 14 August 2014. The attendees at the business breakfast included Australian businesses undertaking or exploring investment opportunities in China, and Chinese businesses interested in the expanding two-way trade in intellectual property.
Christopher Hewitt and Charles Zhan hosted China-Australia investors and traders at an informative breakfast seminar on business compliance in our Brisbane office on 6 August 2014. Our guests – active in sectors such as financial services, construction, real estate, and information technology – heard about commercial and regulatory issues affecting two-way investment.