Appeared on successful application to terminate winding up of a property development company, pursuant to s 482 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), before the Corporations Duty Judge, Justice White, in the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
For Greek Atlas League Inc, a Greek community association, in Supreme Court of New South Wales proceedings concerning the validity of elections for the Administrative Council.
>> On 21 February 2018, at final hearing before Robb J, orders were made as to the make-up of the Council and requiring the delivery up of association documents by former officers.
For Invigor Group Ltd, an ASX listed company, instructed by Minter Ellison, Melbourne & Sydney, in hearing of application for injunctive relief by terminated executive directors, involving continuous disclosure issues (Cohen v Invigor Group Ltd (2015) NSWSC, Black J).
For Westpac Bank, instructed by Gadens, in claim on $9 million commercial bill facility. Proceedings raised issue as to role and jurisdiction of Financial Ombudsman Service (Westpac v Nitopi (2015) NSWSC)
Meriton Group related dispute between shareholders of window manufacturing company.
Successfully obtained interim freezing orders & asset disclosure orders (Sackar J and Ball J) and leave to bring statutory derivative action pursuant to s 237 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth):  NSWSC 996 (Black J). Matter settled following mediation.
For the financial derivatives clients of MF Global, instructed by Arnold Bloch Liebler, in winding-up proceedings in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and as contradictor to competing priority claims by Deutsche Bank AG and by MF Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd (in liq).
MF Global’s Australia arm held a $319 million trading book on behalf of about 13,000 clients.
Media coverage: MF Global collapse exposes local loopholes (SMH)
For the Australian Securities & Investments Commission intervening in the One.Tel insurance recovery action in the Supreme Court of NSW before Justice Hammerschlag, instructed direct.
For the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, instructed by Clayton Utz.
For landlord of retail restaurant business in proceedings in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and Administrative Decisions Tribunal (Retail Leases Division).
Successfully defending claim of unconscionable conduct: Vale v Rosychamp Pty Ltd  NSWSC 1373 (White J).
In earlier proceedings, successfully resisted injunction: Vale v Rosychamp Pty Ltd  NSWSC 1341 (Brereton J).