Keypoint Law appoints two new consulting principals in Sydney

The firm now has 20 consulting principals in its litigation division

Keypoint Law appoints two new consulting principals in Sydney

Keypoint Law has welcomed Nyree Deirmendjian and Stephen D’Emilio as consulting principals to its Sydney office.

Deirmendjian has over 25 years of experience and expertise as a family law practitioner. Her legal practice encompasses divorce, property settlement, and parenting matters. She has acted for clients in married, de facto and same-sex relationships.

She has also undertaken general litigation work and has been a longstanding volunteer solicitor at the Inner City Legal Centre in Darlinghurst. Before joining Keypoint, Deirmendjian was a partner at Tebbutt Lawyers.

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Keypoint CEO Warren Kalinko said, “Nyree is highly regarded for her expertise in family law matters, and her joining us is a wonderful development for our national family law practice.”

Litigation expert D’Emilio has over 25 years of experience in complex and broad-ranging corporate and commercial litigation and dispute resolution. His expertise covers contract law, consumer law claims, property, partnership and shareholder disputes, estate litigation, insurance, corporations law claims and insolvency-related disputes.

He has been involved in large litigation claims at the Supreme and Federal Courts, including a $50bn claim against the National Australia Bank Ltd. D’Emilio has advised some of Australia’s largest companies, including Qantas, Vodafone, Shell, Australia Post, Mirvac, Eyecorp and Deloitte.

He was a partner at Matthews Folbigg and Holding Redlich, a consultant for Macpherson Kelley and, most recently, a director of his legal practices.

“Stephen brings a solid background in complex commercial litigation to the firm. His skill and experience in the area of litigation is well recognised by his industry colleagues, and we are extremely pleased to have him join our firm,” Kalinko said.

D’Emilio said of his appointment, “I am extremely excited about the opportunity to join such an impressive team of industry-recognised, leading lawyers. I will now be able to utilise the wealth of experience that Keypoint’s lawyers possess to better service my clients.”

Currently, Keypoint has a total of 20 consulting principals within its litigation team.

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