Hicksons appoints new Commercial Dispute Resolution and Estates Litigation Partner

Hicksons appoints Cheree Sawley as a Partner in its Commercial Dispute Resolution and Estates team, working across Sydney, Newcastle and the Hunter Region.

Hicksons is pleased to announce the appointment of Cheree Sawley to the Partnership in Commercial Dispute Resolution and Estates Litigation.
With over 13 years’ experience, Cheree is highly regarded for her legal expertise, covering contested estates litigation, commercial litigation, dispute resolution, debt recovery, bankruptcy and insolvency law.
As the firm continues to see increasing client demand and consistent growth across Sydney, Newcastle and the Hunter region for Commercial Dispute Resolution and Insolvency services, Cheree will play an integral role in assisting clients navigate disputes and achieve outcomes aligned with their best interests.
Stewart Cameron, Hicksons’ Managing Partner, said “On behalf of the Hicksons team, we are delighted to have Cheree join the Partnership. Bringing over 13 years’ experience, she will work closely with our clients in effectively resolving disputes.”
Najeh Marhaba, Hickson’s Partner in Charge (Newcastle), said “Cheree joining the Partnership will ensure the firm can meet the growing demand from our clients, as the firm’s growth across the Newcastle and Hunter region continues”.
“I am looking forward to commencing with the team at Hicksons, and building strong relationships with my clients, to really understand their needs and provide optimal outcomes.”, said Cheree.
View Cheree’s profile here.

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