During 2018 Dominique Hogan-Doran SChas been acting for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia & its subsidiary Aussie Home Loans in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Financial Services and Superannuation Industry.

Dominique has been recognised as a "highly skilled specialist counsel in financial services and related matters, able to draw upon her depth of experience to provide clear and practical advice” and commended by her clients as "an exceptional barrister/lawyer who truly understands financial services.” She has acted for Westpac (Business Bank Division), National Australia Bank financial planner and Macquarie Private Wealth advisor; advised the Energy Industries Superannuation Scheme in relation to the New South Wales government's "Poles & Wires" leasing program of state owned electricity transmission and distribution assets; acted for senior executives and officers in compulsory examinations and private hearings; acted for listed public companies & their directors in relation to continuous disclosure issues and has advised and appeared for both regulators and participants in regulatory enforcement and class actions.

Dominique's notable cases for ASIC include the James Hardie civil penalty proceedings, 2007-2010; [2009] NSWSC 287 and [2009] NSWSC 714 and the Multiplex Ltd Wembley Stadium investigation and subsequent class action (P Dawson Nominees Pty Ltd v ASIC & Ors [2008] HCATrans 409; ASIC v P Dawson Nominees Pty Ltd [2008] FCAFC 123; (2008) 169 FCR 227; P Dawson Nominees Pty Ltd v Multiplex Ltd [2007] FCA 1659; (2007) 65 ACSR 239).

Dominique has particular knowledge of the "client money" provisions of the Corporations Act, having acted on behalf of the OTC derivatives customers of MF Global (Australia) Pty Ltd in its winding up (see In re MF Global Australia Ltd (in liq) (No 2) [2012] NSWSC 1426; (2012) 267 FLR 27 and In re MF Global Australia Ltd (in liq) [2012] NSWSC 994) and has acted for an OTC derivatives issuer subject to ASIC licence review (2015).