Written by Personal Injury Partner Mitchell Clark
With the news this week that Brisbane will host the 2032 Olympics, the Olympic master plan has been unveiled with a sustainability promise to transform it into a new world city.
From local sporting groups and budding athletes to construction companies getting a slice of the transformation pie, we will definitely see changes to our region during the next decade.
As we in Queensland look to the future, we also acknowledge this year’s Olympics is looking very different to what anyone could have imagined.
Our Personal Injury and Compensation expert and MBA Lawyers Partner Mitchell Clark has helped many valued Japanese clients of our firm over the years.
Visiting Japan regularly pre-pandemic, Mitchell has great respect for the country and its people. Although all travel plans for Mitchell are currently on hold, he was lucky enough to visit in early 2020.
Caption: MBA Lawyers Partner and Personal Injury expert in Tokyo in early 2020 with an Olympic buzz in the air before the pandemic hit.
Mitchell says he hopes this year’s Olympics will be executed with safety in mind.
“There are undoubtedly challenges, however in view of the enormous effort that has been made by Japanese officials, we are wishing every success with the Games,” Mitchell said.
“We wish our Australian Olympians all the best this week as competition is planned to get underway and to our Paralympians with planned competition next month.
Your training, challenging preparations, safe travel and commitment to your sport is inspiring.”
Just as the world is in uncertain times, our team here at MBA Lawyers takes this pandemic day by day, however we stay committed to assist every one of our valued clients with their legal needs.
We are available for our clients in our Gold Coast and Brisbane offices, as well as via telephone, email and zoom call when you need us.