Keypoint Law welcomes senior commercial litigator Peter Mills as a Consulting Principal in Brisbane.

Peter has over 20 years of experience in corporate insolvency and creditor recoveries in Australia and overseas and is an expert in advising on the National Consumer Credit Protection Act and the Personal Property Securities Act. Peter also advises small and large strata title community schemes as to disputes concerning caretaker and management disputes, by-law breaches, and unlawful acts, arrangements, appointments and conduct by owners and committees.

Peter is a former President of the Australian Institute of Credit Management (AICM) in the Queensland Division, and he has been a member of the Queensland Law Society’s Banking and Financial Services Committee for over 10 years.

Peter is involved with the UK Secured Transactions Law Reform Project which aims to examine and consider future reform in English Law relating to secured transactions. He also publishes regular seminars, podcasts, and newsletters.

Commenting on Peter’s appointment, Keypoint CEO Warren Kalinko said:

“With over two decades in corporate insolvency and banking and finance, Peter is a welcome addition to Keypoint’s national litigation group… His offering extends to include a highly sophisticated expertise in Personal Property Securities, as well as broader finance law and commercial disputes.”

When asked about his appointment, Peter shared:

“I have worked together with Keypoint team members on numerous client matters over many years, even whilst I have been a member of other law firms. My new role with Keypoint is simply the natural progression of our relationship. This next step however is really about all clients gaining the advantage of Keypoint’s multiple experts, including myself, and national resources, in a seamless, transparent and cost-efficient environment.”