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Latest News    03 July 2019
Lavan appoints special counsel Dan Butler

In Reconstruction, Recovery and Insolvency, Dan Butler has been promoted to Special Counsel. 

Dan works on a wide variety of banking litigation and external administration matters with Lavan’s banking and accounting clients and has a recent added focus in personal insolvency, criminal property confiscation matters and Australian Consumer Law disputes.

Latest News    03 July 2019
Lavan appoints partner Tamica D’Uva

Tamica D’Uva has been appointed as a partner in Lavan’s Construction and Infrastructure team.  Tamica has extensive experience representing parties in large scale commercial construction and infrastructure projects throughout Australia with a particular focus on Western Australian based construction projects.

Latest News    27 February 2019
New Partner appointments at Lavan

Lavan is pleased to announce the appointment of Krista Bates as a corporate partner and Lawrence Lee as a Reconstruction and Insolvency partner.

Latest News    15 February 2019
Lavan’s Experience at the Starlight Express Room

It was a pleasure to attend an Experience at the Starlight Express Room yesterday.  A huge thanks to Starlight Children’s Foundation for inviting Lavan to experience the many positive impacts of the donations raised through the Rottnest Channel Swim’s Lavan Charity Challenge.  Lavan is very proud to have been a partner of Starlight Children’s Foundation for over 13 years.

Latest News    04 February 2019
Lavan wishes you and your family a happy Lunar New Year

May the Year of the Pig bring you joy and prosperity

Latest News    09 January 2019
New Year appointments at Lavan

"Congratulations Anna and Andrew.  You are both valued members of Lavan."  Dean Hely, Managing Partner

Latest News    17 December 2018
The West: Man behind Perth’s bar revolution toasts 50 years

"Meet WA's most unlikely party king - the man who helped transform Perth's "dullsville" hospitality scene into a Melbourne-style hipster capital.

As one of the city's most experiencd liquor licensing lawyers, Dan Mossenson has been integral to streamlining the complex processes needed to get new small bars, restaurants and pubs up and running."

Click here to read the full story published in the The West on Monday 17 December.

Photo: Steve Ferrier

Latest News    10 December 2018
Dan Mossenson celebrates 50 years with Lavan

It has been 50 years since Dan Mossenson joined Lavan & Walsh on 10 December 1968.

During those 50 years, Dan has been influential in helping to transform Perth's hospitality scene.  Dan is WA's most experienced liquor licensing lawyer.  He was involved in WA's first ever tavern licence for Sassella's in 1971, chaired the Government Gaming Inquiry in 1984, co-founded the Tourism Council Western Australia Ltd, chaired the Racing Penalties Appeal Tribunal for 27 years and established the Small Bar Association of WA.  Dan's work has been integral to the growth in small bars, restaurants and pubs in WA. 

Dan's strong interest in Aboriginal affairs led to the establishment of lndigenart, Mossenson Galleries in 1993.  The gallery is dedicated to promoting and exhibiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists Australia wide and overseas.  In more recent times, Dan led the development of Lavan's Reconciliation Action Plan.

We are very proud to congratulate Dan on 50 years of achievement with Lavan and his significant contributions to the Western Australian community.

Latest News    19 October 2018
Property partner Tamara Heng inspiring young professionals

Property and Leasing partner Tamara Heng was a panelist in the latest Urbis’ 2018 Leadership Conversation Series which shares industry leaders experiences, stories, lessons and tips to inspire and motivate upcoming young professionals.

Tamara joined Urbis directors Tim Dawkins and David Cresp to explore the topic of Networking - Diverse Clients and a Diverse Work Force.

Photographer: Kelwin Wong

Latest News    18 September 2018
Royal Commission into The Aged Care Sector

On Sunday 16 September 2018, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the Government's decision to establish a Royal Commission into the aged care sector.

The focus of the Royal Commission will be on the quality of care and safety of aged care recipients but will also investigate young Australians with disabilities who live in residential aged care facilities.

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