Jack has more than 11 years’ experience in commercial and general disputes litigation, including more than six years in regulatory investigations and commissions of inquiry. He acts for a federal regulator and professional services firms and has a wealth of experience acting for mid to large companies across manufacturing, infrastructure, recruitment, professional indemnity insurance and service industries, as well as for company directors and professionals.
Jack regularly acts in complex multi-party commercial disputes and has appeared at all levels of NSW State and Federal Courts, as well as before the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and various federal regulatory bodies.
Jack advises his clients on all stages of the dispute resolution process, including alternatives to litigation. Adept in the court room, the mediation room and the client meeting room, Jack’s approach to resolving disputes is informed by understanding his clients’ business and operational objectives. His awareness of the reputational and business disruption risks associated with protracted litigation enables Jack to provide pragmatic and commercially sensible advice at all times.
As Chair of the firm’s LGBTQ+ network, HR Pride, Jack’s passionate advocacy of the necessity for, and the benefits of, an inclusive workplace is driven by his desire to better serve the diverse nature of the clients that he advises.
Jack’s recent experience includes:
Law Society of NSW
City of Sydney Law Society
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Business Association
22 Mar 22 to 22 Nov 22
In this seminar series, we look at the opportunities and issues for major infrastructure projects across a range of sectors, including health, housing and new energy. This seminar series is being offered in our Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney offices. Registration for this seminar series is complimentary and now open.
07 Apr 22 to 10 Nov 22
More than ever, ports are vital nodes for an increasingly complex web of international trade and supply chains. Ports have become an increasing focus for security, environmental and competition regulation and their role and efficiency within global supply chains is being scrutinised by governments and industry alike. At the same time, ports find themselves at the forefront of the development and facilitation of alternative energy sources, often literally acting as the gatekeepers for the inflow of such technology and projects into Australia or out to the rest of the world. This series will look at how Australian ports might navigate these challenges and opportunities in 2022.
10 May 22 to 29 Nov 22
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our 2022 Queensland local government seminar series which we have tailored specifically for mayors, councillors and Queensland local government employees including lawyers, town planners and compliance officers. These seminars will offer you insights, updates and practical tips from our experts on topics which we consider to be particularly relevant for local governments.