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MinterEllison's Overview

MinterEllison is one of the Asia Pacific's leading law firms. Established in Sydney in 1827, our firm today operates in Australia, Hong Kong, mainland China, Mongolia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom through a network of integrated offices and associated offices.

Our success has been driven by the vision of our partners, the in-depth industry expertise of our lawyers, and our commitment to work closely with clients to deliver seamless service wherever they need us.

We understand the challenges that businesses operating in a globalised marketplace face, and offer clients services that are multi-disciplinary and industry facing. Our deep understanding of how business is conducted in our region, local language skills, and proven track record for delivering outstanding work mean that clients access local experience and expertise that is informed by an international perspective.

MinterEllison's large and diverse client base includes blue-chip public and private companies, leading multinationals operating in the region, global financial institutions, government organisations and state-owned entities.

Our strong technical skills, underpinned by the ability to deliver commercially practical solutions that assist clients to achieve their business goals and objectives, have led to our firm's involvement in some of the Asia Pacific's most innovative and high-profile transactions.


  • Lawyers Worldwide: 890

Areas of Practice
  • Antitrust and Unfair Competition
  • Communications
  • Construction
  • Corporate and Business
  • Corporate Litigation
  • Energy
  • Environmental
  • Finance
  • Government
  • Industrial Relations
  • Insurance
  • Insurance Defense
  • Intellectual Property
  • Investment Services
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Natural Resources
  • Privatization
  • Real Estate
  • Regulatory
  • Taxation
  • Technology
  • Tourism & Leisure


Mark Green

Mark GreenPartner

Anne Ko

Anne KoPartner

Yi Yi Wu

Yi Yi WuPartner and Chief Representative

Steven Yip

Steven YipPartner


When IT Hurts, it Hurts: Cyber Attacks and Regulatory Action
MinterEllison, August 2016

Earlier this year, we released our inaugural cyber survey report, Perspectives on Cyber Risk (the Report), intended to provide insight into Australian organisations' cyber risk posture and cyber resilience capability.Perhaps one of the more surprising findings in the Report was that surveyed organisations did not appear to be overly concerned about the risk of regulatory action flowing from a cyber breach. This blog post sets out some reasons why regulatory issues should be front of mind for Australian organisations should they have the misfortune of suffering a serious cyber breach...

Signing Your Likes Away: Can a Contract Create Social Media Obligations?
MinterEllison, July 2016

In 2015, according to Sensis, 56% of large and 31% of small-to-medium sized Australian businesses had a social media presence of some kind. Of these, more than half reported measuring the success of their social media investment by their numbers of 'likes', followers and subscribers. But how do businesses go about getting 'likes' - and does the law ever become involved with regulating this? The Washington Post recently reported that tenants in a Salt Lake City apartment building were threatened with a breach of contract if they didn't 'like' their apartment complex on Facebook...

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MinterEllison Advises on A$1.2 billion Private Equity Offer for SAI Global
MinterEllison, September 2016

ASX-listed SAI Global Limited announced it has entered into a Scheme Implementation Deed in relation to a A$1.2 billion buyout and take-private proposal from private equity firm Baring Private Equity Asia. The transaction will be implemented by way of a members' scheme of arrangement under Part 5 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). MinterEllison is legal adviser to Baring Asia on the transaction, with a team led by partner Ricky Casali, supported by partner Bart Oude-Vrielink (Corporate M&A), David Moore (Commercial & Regulatory – FIRB), Michael Gajic (Corporate M&A), and John Mosley (Financial Institutions)...

MinterEllison Advised Brookfield Office Properties in Sale of Iconic Sydney King Street Wharf Property for A$525 Million
MinterEllison, June 2016

In the largest single office property deal in the Sydney market in the past two years, Brookfield Office Properties has sold Macquarie Group Building 1 in the King Street Wharf precinct for A$525 million to Charter Hall. The purchase is a joint venture between Charter Hall Core Plus Office and Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing's pan-Asian fund. MinterEllison advised Brookfield Office Properties in the sale, marking the culmination of our firm's involvement in the life cycle of this iconic building...

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