Senior appointments strengthen CBP offerings

The three lawyers beef up the insurance, construction and disputes practices

Senior appointments strengthen CBP offerings

Colin Biggers & Paisley (CBP) has strengthened its senior ranks with a returnee, a new hire, and a promotion.

Jemma McLaughlin makes her return to the firm as a special counsel in the insurance team. She focuses on professional indemnity litigation.

She has tackled matters involving general liability, product liability, property damage, subrogated recoveries, and commercial and aviation litigation. She has defended claims for health practitioners, utilising knowledge from her previous career in physiotherapy.

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Jon Na commences with CBP as a senior associate in the construction team. He concentrates on construction disputes that involve managing proceedings in the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal and in adjudication and tribunal proceedings.

He has overseen security of payment claims; moreover, he has prosecuted and defended complex court proceedings. His clients include developers and contractors.

Patrick Smith was elevated to senior associate in the disputes and investigations team. He has a background in accounting and front-end commercial law, and has handled complex legal disputes.

He has conducted and defended litigation across Australia, and has represented creditors and stakeholders in liquidations and bankruptcies.

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