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]]>Rachel]]> joins Keystone from Field Seymour Parkes, Reading, where she was a partner. She also spent seven years with Hogan Lovells. Rachel’s arrival raises the number of partner-level lawyers in the ]]>employment]]> team to 17. Over the past 15 years, Rachel has...
Keystone Law is pleased to welcome four more senior lawyers to the Corporate, Insurance, and Private Client teams. Since the beginning of the year the firm has made 14 appointments and continues to attract leading lawyers from across the country. The firm is delighted to welcome the following:...
Keystone Law is pleased to welcome Francesca Lee to the firm. Francesca has served as Legal Counsel at Shell (HK) Limited and General Electric Capital Corporation (GE), and brings the number of lawyers in the firm’s corporate team to 28. Francesca has extensive experience of cross-border and...

Australia

Keypoint Law welcomes Michael Eyers AM Keypoint Law is delighted to announce that Michael Eyers AM has joined the firm, enabling it to launch new practice areas in Probate and in Estate and Superannuation Planning.     “Estate and Superannuation Planning are becoming...
By Felicity Nelson, Lawyers Weekly 29 July 2014: Key player joins growing firm Eight-week-old firm Keypoint Law has recruited partner Michael Eyers (pictured) to launch a new practice area. Eyers will lead probate and estate and superannuation planning at Keypoint Law. “Estate...
by Sophie Schroder | 27 Jun 2014  A British law firm that allows its lawyers to work when they like, charge how they like and earn 70% of the fees they generate is making its mark in Australia.   Keystone Law is the latest British law firm to open up a branch in Australia...
A British law firm that allows its lawyers to work when they like, charge how they like and earn 70% of the fees they generate is making its mark in Australia. Keystone Law is the latest British law firm to open up a branch in Australia, and claims that its structure is different from the rest....
Keypoint Law has appointed the legal director of a Fortune 500 company to head its corporate and commercial practice. Lawyers Weekly ]]>reported last month]]> (30 May) that UK-based firm Keystone Law had officially launched in Australia as Keypoint Law. The newcomer to the Australian...
Keypoint Law is delighted to announce that Iain Hogg has joined the firm’s Corporate and Commercial team.  Iain joins Keypoint from Fortune 500 company MRC Global, where he was Director of Legal and Company Secretary for the Asia-Pacific region.   Iain is an accomplished...
London By: Edward Fennell From: The Times Date:  June 5, 2014 Fair Exchange? The arrival of Australian law from Slater & Gordon has had an electric effect on the UK legal scene, weaving together a choice group of personal injury firms and grabbing the headlines in most high-profile abuse cases...

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