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Tisher Liner FC Law is pleased to announce the appointment of Phillip Leaman as a Partner of the firm and the promotion of Caroline Inglis as an Associate.

Phillip is an Accredited Business Law Specialist and a highly versatile and efficient commercial lawyer with excellent drafting and negotiating skills. Phillip provides commercially focused legal advice to his clients and handles all business/commercial law matters for clients including the preparation of agreements and advice on general commercial matters, business structuring, trusts and company law, sales and purchases of businesses, joint ventures, shareholder and unitholder agreements, partnerships, leasing, Personal Property Securities Act matters, insolvency matters, intellectual property law, employment law, planning matters, general property law matters and franchising. Phillip also conducts commercial and property litigation matters for his clients in both State and Federal jurisdictions. He has also been involved in numerous adverse possession and compulsory acquisition claims and has an extensive expertise in these areas of law. Phillip acted for the successful party in the leading adverse possession case Abbatangelo v Whittlesea City Council and is co-author of the Law Institute of Victoria cover story “What’s yours is mine, adverse possession in Victoria”.

Caroline is a commercial and property lawyer who handles large and complex property transactions. She has very strong drafting skills and is commercially focused in her dealing with clients. Caroline advises clients with commercial and retail leasing matters including drafting lease documents, negotiating leases and advising on retail lease issues and disputes. She also works on a range of commercial matters including advising and preparation of loan documents, sale and purchase of property, joint ventures, unitholder and shareholder agreements. Caroline also advises clients in relation to Personal Property Securities Act matters, planning matters and general property law matters such as easements, removal of covenants

The firm congratulates Phillip and Caroline on their promotions.