Hicksons appoints new Commercial Dispute Resolution Partner and Senior Associate

Hicksons is excited to welcome both Troy Gurnett, Partner, and Liam Maguire, Senior Associate, to Hicksons’ Commercial Dispute Resolution Team.
Troy Gurnett
He is an accomplished disputes lawyer with over 20 years’ experience, regularly appearing in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, the Federal Court of Australia and various specialist Tribunals.
Troy has a broad practice which includes complex claims in contract and equity, Corporations Act and regulatory matters, intellectual property disputes with particular emphasis on copyright and trade marks, claims involving confidential information and administrative law matters.
Troy’s full profile can be viewed here.
Liam Maguire 
With almost 10 years’ experience, Liam is an accomplished disputes lawyer whose expertise includes the management and resolution of complex contractual and equitable claims, intellectual property disputes and diverse regulatory matters.
Liam also has significant experience in trade marks, including formulating trade mark applications, overcoming adverse reports, and managing and resolving disputes relating to trade mark applications and registrations.
Liam’s full profile can be viewed here.
Chloé Ellis, Hicksons’ Commercial Dispute Resolution Partner said "We are excited to have both Troy and Liam join our team, particularly as we shift towards developing new talent and expertise, and expand our litigation services across new sectors".
The new recruitment comes as Hicksons’ Commercial Dispute Resolution Team focuses on meeting the evolving needs of current and future clients, focusing on growing and investing in new skills, and diversifying the service offering.

Click here to read the announcement on Lawyers Weekly and Australasian Lawyer.

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