Meridian recognised in Doyle’s Guide 2018

November 20, 2018

We are thrilled to announce that our principals and staff have been recognised in Doyle’s Guide 2018 listing of leading lawyers and law firms in Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales. Meridian received recognition across numerous categories and congratulates all staff who were recognised for their achievements.

We are delighted to be acknowledged as a first tier firm in NSW for Medical Negligence and Malpractice. Congratulations to Andrew Saxton acknowledged as a ‘preeminent’ Leading Medical Negligence & Malpractice Lawyer. Congratulations also to Nevena Brown, recognised as a ‘leading lawyer,’ as well as ‘recommended lawyers’ Marianne Nicolle and Julie Somerville.

Our teams in Western Australia and Queensland were also recognised for their work in Medical Negligence & Malpractice, with both being listed as ‘recommended firms’ in the respective states. Congratulations also to Shannon Mony and Daniel Davison for being named ‘recommended lawyers.’

In the Professional Indemnity space, Meridian was listed as a leading firm in the rankings for NSW. Robert Crittenden was named a ‘leading lawyer,’ with Paul Baker, Andrew Sharpe and Catherine Osborne acknowledged as ‘recommended lawyers.’

In Western Australia and Queensland, Meridian was named a ‘recommended firm’ in Professional Indemnity. Mark Birbeck, in Western Australia, was named a ‘recommended lawyer.’ In Queensland, Scott Ames and Dennis Cronin were also recognised for their expertise as ‘recommended lawyers.’

For public and product liability in NSW, Meridian achieved ‘recommended firm’ status, with Robert Crittenden acknowledged as a ‘leading lawyer’ in the state.

Congratulations to all.