Support from legal heavyweights King & Wood Mallesons

KWM Ike, Hugh, Mark

Ike Kutlaca, Solicitor (left) and Mark Weber, Partner (right) from KWM’s technology division with Hugh Minson, Nexus Notes’ CEO (centre) in KWM’s Melbourne office this week

Nexus Notes is very pleased to announce that one of Australia’s leading corporate law firms, King & Wood Mallesons (KWM), has generously provided legal advice on various parts of the Nexus Notes business model, and subsequently prepared the company’s Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy on a pro bono basis.

KWM is the largest international law firm headquartered in Asia, and one of the top 25 law firms by revenue, with more than 550 partners and 2,700 lawyers.

Co-Founder and CEO of Nexus Notes, Hugh Minson said of the deal, “It’s been great to draw on KWM’s extensive experience in the technology sector. We couldn’t be happier with the solutions their team has come up with, particularly their advice on copyright and intellectual property law, which are sure to give comfort, clarity and protection to all our users.”

“We approached KWM based on their history of reaching out to Australian innovators and ground-breakers. Their dedication and attention-to-detail to our business has been excellent. We could not be happier with their solutions,” Minson added.

Bill Ladas, intellectual property Special Counsel at KWM’s Melbourne office adds, “We take great pride as a firm in supporting innovation in the legal sector. Nexus Notes is offering a new channel for students to connect to a broader conversation and knowledge base, and in turn, the next generation of future lawyers”.

Ike Kutlaca, solicitor at KWM’s Melbourne office, added that “KWM has a wealth of experience with internet, media and technology companies, and is always eager to use this expertise to develop the bespoke solutions required by internet-based start-ups.”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *