4pm Forum: Cases that Shaped 2016 (W170330)
The first 4pm forum for 2017 is a reflective one, looking back on legal cases and legislation that shaped or impacted the property industry in 2016. Hear the insights and understandings of high level legal professionals on these pivotal moments in property law. Attendees will have the opportunity to enter the discussion of topical legislation, precedents, reforms and the impacts had.
This session brings together three of the premier law firms in Western Australia to educate and inform property professionals in all sectors of the industry.
Attendance at this forum will ensure your knowledge is current and up to date.
Partner, DLA Piper
Eagul specialises in real estate law. He has extensive experience advising on high value and complex capital transactions, large-scale and innovative real estate developments and high-end leasing transactions. Eagul's clients are active participants in the full real estate life cycle and include REIT's, developers, investors, retailers and government departments and agencies.
Senior Associate, Lavan
Alex is a senior associate in Lavan’s Planning, Environment and Land Compensation Team. Alex acts for landowners, property developers and community groups in relation to all aspects of property ownership and development. Alex appears regularly in high profile court and tribunal proceedings and also provides strategic and commercially relevant written advice on complex legal issues.
Special Counsel, Lavan
Brian McMurdo is a special counsel in Lavan’s Planning, Environment and Land Compensation team. Brian focuses on the areas of planning, environment and land compensation having had more than 35 years’ experience in these areas. Brian has a wealth of expertise having practised both within government and for the private sector in matters involving land compensation, land development and subdivision, major projects and public infrastructure.
Paul McQueen is a partner in Lavan’s Planning, Environment and Land Compensation team. Paul has been in specialist legal practice for over 25 years and is a recognised leader and advocate in the areas of town planning, environmental and land compensation law. The nature of Paul’s practice is primarily advocacy and providing court representation and strategic advice to a range of clients in relation to the acquisition and development of land in a WA context.
Partner, Jackson McDonald
Matt is a Partner within Jackson McDonald’s Property and Planning Disputes team. Matt acts for clients involved in disputes arising in the context of land transactions, planning and land development, commercial and retail leasing and land use and occupation.
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