Discussion on 457 visas and buying and selling businesses at an event co-hosted IEC
Indian Executive Club (IEC) along with Aitken Partners hosted a joint event on 5 August at the Aitken Partners office in Williams Street. More than 50 businesses and executives attended the event.
Two lawyers handling immigration and commercial law from the Aitken Partners spoke at the event. Topics ranging from 457 visas and buying and selling businesses were discussed. The event is first of a three-part series planned by IEC and Aitken Partners, a premium level Melbourne-based law firm offering a range of legal services to business, private clients, not-for-profits and the Australian Federal Government and its agencies.
The two speakers who made presentations at the event are David De Alwis and Drew Woods. David is an associate with Aitken Partners, working primarily in Migration and Family Law. He works around the area of relocation—interstate and overseas, business visas, and matters in which one spouse is a bankrupt. David is sensitive to people with various different needs and of different backgrounds and his Sri Lankan heritage gives him a special understanding of issues facing client’s with a South Asian heritage.
Drew is a special counsel with Aitken Partners and practices predominantly in the areas of property law and business law as well as litigation and insolvency. His business clients are mainly SME and private business clients in a variety of industries including professional services, trade services, hospitality and IT.
Aitken Partners is the Gold Sponsor to the IEC Awards.