January 27, 2021

Volume XI, Number 27

Michael Hain

Michael Hain is an experienced Partner with a demonstrated history of over 25 years in value-adding and delivering solutions for clients in real estate transactions, large scale brown fields and green fields project delivery, property funds transactions, tenure and access issues. The experience has been gained across a diverse range of client and project types including in residential, retail, commercial, agricultural, industrial and resources projects, and is backed with a strong and sound commercial and legal grounding.

Michael Hain believes in providing value-add for clients by taking the initiative, being responsive and adopting an astute, commercially balanced and solutions based approach. He communicates in a clear and straightforward manner to attain successful outcomes.

His clients include listed corporate, government and private clients and receivers and managers.

Ethical supply chains & modern slavery

Mr. Hain is the Perth office lead for the K&L Gates Global Ethical Supply Chain & Modern Slavery Group. This Group focuses on assisting clients with global legal responses to modern slavery, including under the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) For entities (with annual consolidated revenue of at least AUD100 million, that are Australian or are carrying on business in they are required to report annually to government and the public against mandatory criterion for the assessment of supply chain modern slavery risks and their actions in response. Modern slavery exists in many forms including forced labour, wage exploitation, involuntary servitude, debt bondage, human trafficking and child labour.

Primary Practice

  • Real Estate

Secondary Practices

  • Agribusiness, Food & Beverage

  • Distressed Real Estate

  • Senior Housing and Care

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael Hain

TRENDING LEGAL ANALYSIS