McCullough Robertson celebrate growth in the Hunter

McCullough Robertson celebrate growth in the Hunter

McCullough Robertson celebrate growth in the Hunter

12 September 2012

Resources industry and Hunter business leaders will gather together on Thursday 13 September when leading independent Australian law firm McCullough Robertson hosts their annual cocktail party at Scratchleys waterside restaurant in Newcastle.  The influential group will be addressed by Dr Nikki Williams, CEO of the Australian Coal Association.

Guests will include executives and senior officers of miners, Yancoal, Gloucester Resources, Cobbora, Whitehaven and Nucoal and local Hunter businesses, Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group, Ampcontrol, Daracon, Buildev, Hunter Development Corp and Hunter New England Area Health.

Dr Williams has longstanding expertise in the area of climate change, energy and industry policy and serves on a wide variety of international and Australian Boards, along with government and university advisory panels.

In addressing the guests of McCullough Robertson, Dr Williams will speak about the great contradictions that currently characterize how Australia feels about its economy, and its mining industry, as well as the carbon tax and what it means for the mining industry.

McCullough Robertson Partner and workplace and health and safety specialist, Jeremy Kennedy, says:

‘McCullough Robertson’s Newcastle office provides legal services to some of the largest mines in the Hunter Valley and Gunnedah Basin along with supporting service industries and infrastructure such as engineering, construction, rail and port facilities.  We are also committed to developing strong relationships with Hunter based business and government organisations.  Our cocktail party provides an opportunity for us to bring together key business figures and to promote discussion with a quality guest speaker such as Dr Nikki Williams.’

As a firm, not only are we committed to providing high end legal services in the Hunter region, we dedicated and are incredibly proud to be able to contribute to the local community and economy’, says Jeremy Kennedy.

McCullough Robertson opened its Newcastle office three years ago to offer clients in the Hunter region professional and accessible legal expertise and experience in not only the resources sector but also across the corporate, commercial and property sectors.  Since 2009, their staff numbers have grown in size from 2 to 20 people and current business growth in excess of 50% per annum.

Further information

For more information contact: Kristie Fankhauser on +61 7 3233 8876 or Kate Bartlett on +61 7 3233 8632.

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