Commercial and insurance law firm.

Comment in response to the Royal Commission

The Royal Commission’s report and findings are likely to result in the Government announcing further regulatory changes and consolidation for the aged care sector.  The specialist Health & Aged Care team at National Law firm Hall & Wilcox can assist providers with compliance with legal and regulatory changes, employment law advice, restructuring and mergers and acquisitions.

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Hall & Wilcox is a pre-eminent independent business law firm.

We have offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane, and act nationally for Australian-based clients and multinational clients with Australian interests.

We are a firm of more than 650 people, including 78 partners. We have depth and breadth of expertise across a number of practices and industry sectors.

Our specialist health, aged care and life sciences team includes lawyers who have clinical qualifications and/or who have held positions in the health and aged care industry. This in-depth understanding of the political, regulatory and clinical environment in which you operate enables us to provide timely and practical relevant legal advice.

Alison Choy Flannigan

Alison was previously General Counsel with one of Australia’s largest private hospital operators and top 200ASX listed companies, was Company Secretary of Research Australia and is a member of various leading hospital committees. She was formerly a partner with a major National Australian law firm.

Alison’s clients include public and private hospitals and health care providers, private health insurers, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and aged care/retirement living clients. 

For each and every year since 2008, she was nominated by her peers in Best Lawyers International: Australia as one of Australia’s ‘best lawyers’ in the area of health care and has previously been named in Legal Profiles as a rising star in health law. She was also mentioned as highly regarded in ALB for mergers and acquisitions.