became a partner at Engling, Stritter & Partners (ESP) in 2007. He focuses primarily on mining, corporate and commercial work, and has gained extensive experience in mining projects and associated infrastructure challenges pertaining to power and water, and related environmental matters. He has advised on all aspects of general corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions and regulatory aspects, and has advised on transactions in various sectors, including mining, renewable energy, and financing.
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