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Ed Browne joins Macpherson Kelley as new Principal Lawyer in Commercial team

13 July 2020 Communications & PR Executive Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726
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Macpherson Kelley is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Principal Lawyer to its Commercial team in Melbourne.

Ed Browne has more than 20 years’ experience as a commercial lawyer in Australia and South Africa, where he ran his own firm.

He is a business advisory specialist with extensive experience working in mergers and acquisitions, business structuring and commercial arrangements.

Ed says he’s excited to be joining Macpherson Kelley and engaging with its broad range of practice areas so that all the legal needs of clients are served seamlessly within the firm.

“Macpherson Kelley has a reputation as a firm with a focus on delivering commercial outcomes to business clients. I’m keen to tap the experience it has in business-critical areas such as workplace relations, property matters and dispute resolution,” he said.

“As the economy begins to emerge from COVID-19 and businesses adapt to the new operating environment, they are going to need advice and guidance across a range of issues to ensure they can thrive.”

Ed has specialist knowledge of the aged care and caravan (parks and manufacturing) sectors, and was involved in the $660 million merger that created the Emeco Holdings mining equipment company.

Ed joins Macpherson Kelley from Madgwicks Lawyers, where he was a Partner.

Macpherson Kelley CEO Steve Parker welcomed Ed to Macpherson Kelley and the experience he brings.

“As businesses grapple with the upheaval COVID-19 has caused, we know they value more than ever the advice and guidance that business-minded lawyers like Ed and those at Macpherson Kelley can bring to help them through this time and prepare them for the future,” he said.

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Ed Browne joins Macpherson Kelley as new Principal Lawyer in Commercial team

13 July 2020 Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726

Macpherson Kelley is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Principal Lawyer to its Commercial team in Melbourne.

Ed Browne has more than 20 years’ experience as a commercial lawyer in Australia and South Africa, where he ran his own firm.

He is a business advisory specialist with extensive experience working in mergers and acquisitions, business structuring and commercial arrangements.

Ed says he’s excited to be joining Macpherson Kelley and engaging with its broad range of practice areas so that all the legal needs of clients are served seamlessly within the firm.

“Macpherson Kelley has a reputation as a firm with a focus on delivering commercial outcomes to business clients. I’m keen to tap the experience it has in business-critical areas such as workplace relations, property matters and dispute resolution,” he said.

“As the economy begins to emerge from COVID-19 and businesses adapt to the new operating environment, they are going to need advice and guidance across a range of issues to ensure they can thrive.”

Ed has specialist knowledge of the aged care and caravan (parks and manufacturing) sectors, and was involved in the $660 million merger that created the Emeco Holdings mining equipment company.

Ed joins Macpherson Kelley from Madgwicks Lawyers, where he was a Partner.

Macpherson Kelley CEO Steve Parker welcomed Ed to Macpherson Kelley and the experience he brings.

“As businesses grapple with the upheaval COVID-19 has caused, we know they value more than ever the advice and guidance that business-minded lawyers like Ed and those at Macpherson Kelley can bring to help them through this time and prepare them for the future,” he said.