Two make partner at Moray & Agnew

Danielle Sweeney and George Chadwick step up to the partnership while two become senior associates

Two make partner at Moray & Agnew
Danielle Sweeney and George Chadwick

Two lawyers have been promoted to partner in Moray & Agnew’s latest promotions cycle.

Danielle Sweeney (Newcastle) and George Chadwick (Melbourne) joined the partnership effective 1 January. Sweeney has worked on matters in the insurance industry for over a decade, tackling compulsory third-party and workers' compensation claims.

She has represented clients before the Claims Assessment Resolution Service, Workers Compensation Commission, Personal Injury Commission, the District and Supreme Courts of NSW, the NSW Court of Appeal, and the High Court.

Meanwhile, Chadwick focuses on defending professional indemnity claims filed by insurers against a diverse range of professionals as well as on providing guidance in relation to insurance coverage. He has also represented accountants, pharmacists, solicitors, real estate agents, engineers, architects, valuers, councillors, and land and building surveyors in professional indemnity disputes.

In addition, Moray & Agnew promoted Yianni Koulouris and Tayla Maclachlan to senior associate. Koulouris works with the construction team in Melbourne, while Maclachlan is part of the liability team in Brisbane.

Last year, the firm welcomed Emma Reilly as the new managing partner of its Canberra branch.

 

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