MST Lawyers’ recognised for pro bono support of the Franchising sector: Philip Colman, Raynia Theodore and Alicia Hill
The Franchise Council of Australia (FCA) held its 2021 Legal Symposium on 19 October to 20 October, launched by the Federal Minister for Employment, Workplace, Small and Family Business – the Hon Stuart Robert.
During this event, the FCA awarded an ‘Outstanding Contribution’ award to FCA legal committee members who have exceeded and excelled in their volunteer efforts to assist the FCA with its policy and regulatory work.
This year, MST Lawyer’s Principal Philip Colman, who also heads the MST Dispute Resolution and Litigation team, has been one of the two lawyers recipient of this year’s award.
The FCA also acknowledged two additional members of MST Lawyers –
- Raynia Theodore, Principal for her assistance as part of the Working Group of the Legal Committee, who monitor the ongoing changes and assist draft responses and submissions on amendments to the Franchising Code of Conduct. Philip Colman is also part of this Working Group.
- Alicia Hill, Principal for her role in the Legal Symposium’s Organising Committee for the FCA
MST Lawyers is proud of its pro bono involvement with the franchising sector and grateful to the FCA for such recognition.
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