13 March 2020

KWM Sydney suspected COVID-19 case confirmed as negative

King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) identified a suspected case of COVID-19 in its Sydney office on Wednesday, 11 March and as a precautionary measure KWM directed all of its Sydney based partners and staff to work remotely. Today, Friday 13 March, the suspected case was confirmed to be negative.

KWM hopes to reopen its Sydney office on Monday, 16 March.

We thank all of our people, our clients and the broader community for their ongoing support as we all try to navigate this challenging global and local situation. KWM will continue to closely monitor developments and evolve our contingency planning accordingly. As always the health and safety of those we work with is our first priority.

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