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Of pedantry and promotion – Adani’s brave move

11.11.20

The Australian arm of the Adani Group has announced a rebrand, now to be known as Bravus. Best known for its involvement with Queensland’s controversial Carmichael coal mine, the company is adamant that it is not trying to shake off the negative image painted by the environmental warriors who emerged in force (both in public and in parliament) in opposition to the project.

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Moulis Legal appoints Graeme Fearon as Special Counsel, Brisbane office

28.10.20

Moulis Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Graeme Fearon as special counsel in the firm’s Brisbane office. Previously a partner of top 100 UK law firm Thrings LLP, Graeme will supercharge Moulis Legal’s IP and data privacy capability through his strong experience in commercialising intellectual property, protecting data and privacy, and technology contracting.

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Moulis Legal’s Alistair Bridges stars in trade law rankings

19.08.20

Lawyer ranking agency Legal Media has recognised Moulis Legal Senior Associate Alistair Bridges as a “Rising Star” in the International Trade Law category in the 2020 Rising Stars edition of its Expert Guides publication, the only Australian lawyer to receive this award.

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Moulis Legal appoints Charles Zhan as Partner and Head of China Business Desk

01.07.20

Moulis Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Zhan as Partner in the firm, effective 1 July 2020. Joining Moulis Legal’s Founder, Daniel Moulis, and Partner Director, Shaun Creighton, Charles will continue working on international regulatory and commercial law matters, with a focus on trade defence and cross-border transactions.

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When ‘game on’ becomes ‘games off’

26.03.20

March 2020 should have been a big month in Australian sports and events. The NRL and AFL seasons were due to begin, the Formula 1 Grand Prix returned to Melbourne, and a number of sports were to conduct their trials for the 2020 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

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WTO members obliged to find new ways to resolve disputes

22.11.18

Moulis Legal partner director Daniel Moulis has concluded his presentation to the SAWTR/FICCI Annual Conference on International Trade here in New Delhi by saying: … if the GATT and WTO Agreements are not suited to present attitudes, trading partners have an obligation of honesty and compromise to find new ways to regulate and new ways to resolve their disputes.

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