Benoir commenced with Madison Marcus in 2011 and predominantly practised in commercial dispute resolution with a particular focus on property and construction litigation. During this time, Benoir also worked on corporate and commercial transactions, intellectual property protections and general commercial drafting.
Benoir acted for and advised clients on disputes in multiple jurisdictions including NCAT, the Local Court, the District Court, the Supreme Court, the Federal Court and the Court of Appeal on matters relating to a wide range of equitable and common law issues. The value of these disputes ranged from $50,000 to $150 million.
Upon becoming an Associate, Benoir’s focus practice area transitioned to purely corporate and commercial matters relating to mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance advice, asset protection and extensive commercial drafting.
Benoir was promoted to Partner in 2018 and the leader of the Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Division at Madison Marcus. In this position, Benoir acts for a large number of high net-worth individuals, small and medium size enterprises and large corporations on numerous legal transactional and advisory matters.
Benoir has advised on the completion of a restructure of material sale transaction to an ASX listed corporation with a net value exceeding $100 million. Other notable matters Benoir has acted on include the sale of interests in NSW landholding entities with sale values ranging between $50 million and $200 million. Benoir has also acted on the acquisition and disposal of assets and shares in technology, childcare, real estate and other internationally diverse businesses.
Benoir’s prior experience and exposure as a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer enables him to provide our clients with sound commercial and technical legal advice when acting in these commercial matters.
Benoir was a finalist at the 2018 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards in the category of Dealmaker of the Year. Benoir is personable and quick to identify resolutions to complex legal problems.