Welcome to the Winter 2013 edition of the ABKJ newsletter. This is a free service provided to clients and business associates of the firm.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office if we can be of assistance in relation to any of the issues covered in this newsletter.
In this issue…
ABKJ is pleased to announce two changes at the firm.
Firstly, Anthony Kyle (known as Tony), has been promoted from Associate Solicitor to Partner of the firm. Tony is a Queensland Law Society Business Law Accredited Specialist who practises in the areas of commercial and business law, property law, body corporate law and succession law.
Secondly, the firm is pleased to welcome aboard Andrew Kyle as an Associate Solicitor of the firm. Andrew, who is also a son of Michael Kyle, will be practising in the areas of commercial and business law, property law, body corporate law and succession law.
Andrew completed his education at The Southport School and earned a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce degree from Bond University. He was admitted as a solicitor in 2009 and worked for a well respected Gold Coast law firm for five years before joining ABKJ.
Unclaimed money – Do you have any?
Have you lost track of old bank accounts, shares, superannuation or life insurance policies? Have you moved address and cannot recall whether you notified a company or firm who may be holding money on your behalf such as your lawyer, real estate agent or accountant? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you may have unclaimed money…read the full article
ABKJ congratulates Mr Brian Cronin
ABKJ is pleased to have once again supported one of our barrister colleagues, Mr Brian Cronin, in his ongoing efforts to raise money to support people living with multiple sclerosis, most recently with his participation in the 100km “Brissie to the Bay” bike ride.
In Brian’s words:
“Dear Friends & Generous Supporters
I want to thank you very much for your very kind donation towards the MS cause, and for sponsoring me on the above ride. I have been able to raise $9,406.00 towards the total Neo Pizza fundraising figure of $112,959.00. Altogether $1,195,263.00 was raised by the riders for MS. This seems to me to be an extraordinarily large figure raised by bike riders, many of whom have very limited experience either in fundraising or in riding a bike….
…Thank you very much for your support. The nearly $1.2 million raised has come from the generosity of sponsors like yourself. Without your assistance, MS and other worthy causes would be in dire straits. Thank you once again.
Congratulations Brian. ABKJ looks forward to further opportunities to support you in your ongoing fundraising activities.