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Thomson Geer is a large Australian corporate law firm.

We have 89 Partners and another 250+ professionals operating out of our offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. 

By size we are in the top:
  • 15 law firms operating in Australia;
  • 10 independent Australian law firms; and
  • 35 local law firms in the Asia Pacific.

Our Clients

Our clients are principally spread across 3 classifications:
  • Australian Stock Exchange Top 200;
  • Major Global Foreign Corporations; and
  • Australian Stock Exchange Mid and Small Caps/Government Enterprises/Large and Medium Private Corporations.

Our Work

The nature of our legal assignments is what you would expect of a large corporate law firm. Thomson Geer is regularly engaged on challenging and complex work.

Quality & Value

We believe we are amongst a select class of large Australian law firms that offer a depth of quality specialist legal skills and know how across Australia coupled with strong value driven standards and settings.
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  • Thomson Geer advises Domino's on its acquisition of French pizza chain Our Brisbane Corporate team is advising Domino's Pizza on its acquisition of Pizza Sprint, a leading independent pizza chain operating in France. The acquisition is valued at $A55 million.

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