IP/IT specialist beefs up Russell Kennedy’s corporate law team

New special counsel brings 12 years of experience working across Australia and internationally

IP/IT specialist beefs up Russell Kennedy’s corporate law team
Gina Tresidder

Russell Kennedy has bolstered its corporate and commercial law practice with the appointment of a new special counsel.

Gina Tresidder has joined the team bringing her expertise in intellectual property (IP) and information technology (IT) law.

She has been practising for 12 years and has experience working in New South Wales, Victoria, and Western Australia, and internationally in Japan.

Tresidder acts for clients in a diverse range of industries, including fast-moving consumer goods, medical products, healthcare, industrial and automotive products, media, marketing, food and hospitality, property development, franchising, fashion, insurance, financial services, government, and technology.

In addition to her legal work, she is a regular presenter at law conferences and has been a guest lecturer to RMIT students of Diploma of Leadership and Management.

Rohan Harris, corporate and commercial group leader at Russell Kennedy, expressed delight with Tresidder’s appointment.

“Gina… has first-rate expertise and a great reputation. Her appointment further strengthens our corporate and commercial offering for both corporate and government clients and commitment to delivering the best outcomes for our clients,” he said.

“As a firm, Russell Kennedy remains committed to its growth agenda and is focussed on growing capacity and capability in core industries, enhancing and facilitating opportunities for its clients, now and into the future.”

Managing Director Paul Gleeson said Tresidder’s appointment demonstrated the firm’s commitment to recruiting “top calibre talent” to its future growth strategy.

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