Corrs Chambers Westgarth has been recognised for its work on the country’s top deal and for outstanding innovation at the 2013 ALB Australasian Law Awards.
Winners were announced at the awards event in Sydney last night.
Corrs took out three major awards for its leading role in the Nine Entertainment Group Restructure and the development of its unique legal app, CASEFOLIO.
The Nine restructure was awarded the coveted Australian Deal of the Year Award and the Insolvency & Restructuring Deal of the Year Award.
Corrs was also recognised with the Innovative Use of Technology Award. This award acknowledged the firm’s CASEFOLIO App which allows for the mobile review of documents to the benefit of clients and the legal industry.
Corrs CEO and Managing Partner John W.H. Denton said the awards further cemented Corrs’ commitment to excellence both within the firm, the wider profession and for clients.
“Corrs continues to be involved in Australia’s most significant and complex deals. Our team is committed to delivering first class commercial advice and it is pleasing to have this focus recognised. The awards also reinforce Corrs’ standing as a leader in innovation, delivering initiatives and ideas that are truly unique and progress business outcomes.”
Corrs presented the In-House Lawyer of the Year Award, which was won by Amanda Laing of Nine Entertainment.
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