Sewell & Kettle becomes preferred supplier for US Consulate in Australia

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Sewell & Kettle Lawyers have been added to the preferred supplier list for the US Consulate to assist US citizens and companies doing business in Australia.

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Sewell & Kettle Lawyers have been added to the preferred supplier list for the US Consulate to assist US citizens and companies doing business in Australia.

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Under the category of Bankruptcy and Insolvency Sewell & Kettle Lawyers offer specialist advice to US citizens and companies. At this time Sewell & Kettle Lawyers is the only specialist bankruptcy law firm on the US Consulate list.

The firm’s Principal, Ben Sewell, has a role on the International Committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute and acts for US law firms, companies and investors with business in Australia.

Ben said:

“We are proud to serve a variety of international clients including US investors and companies. We will continue to support them and also develop our professional contribution to the American Bankruptcy Institute.”

The current list of preferred suppliers can be accessed here.

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