Gibson & Gibson Lawyers Overview

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  • Acquired/​Merged

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  • M&A

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Gibson & Gibson Lawyers General Information


Provider of legal services. The company is engaged in offering compensation law, commercial litigation, estate planning and employment law services.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Financing Status
Corporate Backed or Acquired
Primary Industry
Legal Services (B2B)
Corporate Office
  • 190 St George'S Terrace
  • 4th Floor
  • Perth, Western Australia 6000
  • Australia

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Gibson & Gibson Lawyers Valuation & Funding

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Gibson & Gibson Lawyers FAQs

  • Where is Gibson & Gibson Lawyers headquartered?

    Gibson & Gibson Lawyers is headquartered in Perth, Australia.

  • What industry is Gibson & Gibson Lawyers in?

    Gibson & Gibson Lawyers’s primary industry is Legal Services (B2B).

  • Is Gibson & Gibson Lawyers a private or public company?

    Gibson & Gibson Lawyers is a Private company.

  • What is Gibson & Gibson Lawyers’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Gibson & Gibson Lawyers is 000000.

  • When was Gibson & Gibson Lawyers acquired?

    Gibson & Gibson Lawyers was acquired on 31-Jul-2013.

  • Who acquired Gibson & Gibson Lawyers?

    Gibson & Gibson Lawyers was acquired by Slater & Gordon.

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