News and Views
| February 2021
Ground-breaking sale of global carbon credits to Microsoft
Alistair Jaque and Sarah-Jane Sale at Deutsch Miller recently advised the Macdoch Group on a ground-breaking sale of global carbon credits to Microsoft in the US. As part of its agricultural business, Macdoch Group runs Angus cattle at various properties in New South Wales. Over the last few years time-controlled rotational grazing has led to greater soil carbon concentration on those properties. The carbon credits generated by the sequestered carbon in the soil are a commodity which can be sold internationally to assist companies to meet their carbon reduction goals, while also generating revenue for Australian livestock operators and land owners.
Further details of the transaction are in this article: here
Deutsch Miller | Legal 500 Asia Pacific – Dispute Resolution – Ranked: Tier 4
The firm is delighted to be recognised for the 10th consecutive year in the 2021 Legal 500 Asia Pacific, maintaining our tier 4 ranking in Dispute Resolution.
VISEO and Cludo are joining forces expanding Salesforce and digital services offering in Australia
Alistair Jaque advised VISEO, which is a global technology company specialising in digital transformation services, on its acquisition of Cludo, which is a leading Australian Salesforce digital services and consulting partner. The transaction was the latest of a number of acquisitions in the IT consulting sector in which the Firm has been involved.
Credit Clear jumps 31pc on ASX debut
Alistair Jaque successfully led the legal team at Deutsch Miller who helped Credit Clear to list on the ASX. Credit Clear, which is a fin-tech business that specialises in receivables management solutions, listed at the end of October and has performed impressively since its admission to ASX, and now has a market capitalisation of over A$190 million.