Our firm which is Supply Nation certified delivers legal services in a number of different corporate & commercial law practice areas for private and public sector clients. As lawyers with business backgrounds, we understand client needs and seek to deliver cost effective and commercially astute advice.

 
Our difference is demonstrated in strategic thinking and problem solving. 
 

Leadership  

  Bevan Mailman - MD

Bevan Mailman - MD

Bevan Mailman is the Founder of Mailman Law and the Managing Director. As a corporate lawyer, his expertise is in commercial transactions, corporate advisory and corporate structuring having held positions with leading law firms and companies including National Australia Bank, Allens Arthur Robinson (Allens Linklaters) and Deacons Lawyers (Norton Rose Fullbright). Bevan holds an MBA from Melbourne Business School and has studied at Kellogg School of Management (US), and Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany). https://au.linkedin.com/in/bevan-mailman-08440020

Significant transactions

As part of the legal team in a number of law firms and companies, Bevan has worked on the following transactions. 

  • National Australia Bank in relation to incorporation and its membership with the Open Data Centre Alliance, a consortium of global IT leaders setting global standards in data centre and cloud computing requirements, Delaware, United States (members include China Life, Capgemini, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Lockheed Martin and Terremark);

  • National Australia Bank in relation to clearing agreements with various international banks including Bank of China, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, BNP Paribas and Bank of America;

  • National Australia Bank in relation to its collateral debt obligations exposure in Australia, Europe and the United States;

  • National Australia Bank in relation to the opening of its first branch in Shanghai, China;

  • Pipeline Partners Australia's (a consortium which includes Canada's Caisse de Depost et Placement du Quebec and Utilities Trust of Australia’s) bid for Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund Ltd;

  • Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited’s convertible notes capital raising issue of $200 million;

  • Newcrest Mining Limited’s sale of its interests in the Cracow and Mt Rawdon gold mines in Queensland; and

  • iSelect Ltd’s takeover bid of InfoChoice Limited.