Law Society of South Australia: Busting the myths on Halal Certification

This article appeared in The Bulletin, the Law Society of South Australia’s flagship journal on 14 July 2015. Kain C+C Lawyers’ Director Rebecca Halkett debunks some myths around the certification of halal foods, including the certification process, why producers obtain it and is halal certification really funding terrorism? Click here to view the full article… Read more

Lawyers Weekly: Kain C+C closes cereal deal

This article originally appeared in Lawyers Weekly on 9 July 2015. Adelaide firm Kain C+C Lawyers has negotiated the sale of a cereal manufacturer to Australia’s largest co-operative. Firms: Kain C+C Lawyers (Blue Lake Milling shareholders); King & Wood Mallesons (CBH Group) Deal: Blue Lake Milling has been sold to CBH Group. Value: Undisclosed Key players: John… Read more

Kain C+C Lawyers act for Blue Lake Milling shareholders in sale to CBH Group.

Adelaide legal company Kain C+C Lawyers has acted for Blue Lake Milling Pty Limited’s shareholders during the recent sale of Blue Lake Milling to the CBH Group for an undisclosed sum. Based in Bordertown, South Australia, Blue Lake Milling manufactures cereal based foods and food ingredients.  The company specialises in oat milling and the manufacture… Read more

Adelaide entrepreneur wins priceless experience in quirky legal comp

Adelaide entrepreneur Ben Corbett has won himself a “money can’t buy” trip to Uganda plus up to $30,000 in free legal services thanks to a competition with a difference run by Kain C+C Lawyers. The competition, launched at a networking function for The Engine Room in December last year, required entrants to put together a… Read more

International innovation internship – A first for Aussie legal industry?

In what some commentators are calling a ‘first’ in the Australian legal industry, Adelaide-based Kain C+C Lawyers is opening its doors to a Michigan State University law student to improve its business. When MSU Law announced the inaugural Kain Innovation Internship on Twitter last week, it attracted huge attention from the US and here in… Read more

Doyles Guide: The Awards Keep Coming

In another coup for Kain C+C Lawyers, John Kain and Gerry Cawson have been given the nod by Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession. The pair have been named in the state’s top six Leading Corporate Lawyers for 2015. Kain C+C Lawyers itself also made the cut in the listing of Leading Corporate Law… Read more

Kain C+C Lawyers advises on acquisition of iconic Barossa Valley wine business

Accolade Wines, the ‘new world’ wine powerhouse has recently completed its acquisition of the iconic Grant Burge wine brand and the Krondorf winery with legal advice from Adelaide’s Kain C+C Lawyers. Gerry Cawson led the Kain C+C transaction team, with assistance from Sarah Chia on document negotiation and input across the Kain team, including Sallie… Read more

Financial Review 2015 Client Choice Awards: Congratulations Marc

We’re no strangers to awards at Kain C+C Lawyers, but this latest one for Marc Romaldi is quite a coup. In the Financial Review 2015 Client Choice Awards, Marc is one of four finalists voted nationally in the category of Practitioner Awards – Most Client Focused Lawyer. Our clients who’ve experienced Marc’s outstanding service will… Read more

Channel 7: Giving Back to Communities

Kain C+C Lawyers are well known for walking the walk when it comes to their commitment to give back to communities. Here’s a short report that aired on Channel 7 Adelaide, Monday Nov 3 2014. If the video is not visible on your mobile device use this link.

Food Origin Claims – don’t let the ACCC make a meal of you

“Protecting the integrity of credence claims made about food products is a priority enforcement area for the ACCC” said Rod Sims, the Chairman of the ACCC in a recent media release. The ACCC has investigated claims made by food and beverage businesses in relation to the origins of their products. These investigations have resulted in… Read more