ANNOUNCEMENT: ClarkeKann’s Corporate & Commercial Team Named in the 2018 Doyle’s Guide

14 February 2018

We are pleased to announce that our Corporate & Commercial team, in particular, our Partners John Toigo and Brad Vinning, have been featured in Doyle’s Guide among Queensland’s leading corporate and commercial lawyers for 2018 in the following categories:

Recommended Leading Corporate Lawyers – Queensland (John Toigo)

Leading Commercial Lawyers – Queensland (John Toigo)

Recommended Leading Commercial Lawyers – Queensland (Brad Vinning)

Recommended Leading Corporate Law Firms – Queensland

We are extremely proud to have John and Brad’s continuing efforts and exceeding standard of service to their clients recognised by Doyle’s Guide.

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