Jack is a senior associate in the Melbourne Dispute Resolution and Litigation team with particular focus in complex commercial disputes, regulatory investigations and white collar criminal law. Jack’s experience in all stages of litigation enables him to provide tailored, strategic, and commercial legal advice to his clients.
Jack acts for a range of clients including large corporate entities, superannuation funds, company directors, high net worth individuals, government departments and regulators. Jack’s practice encompasses all forms of commercial disputes, including contract, insurance, directors’ duties, joint ventures, shareholders, property and trust disputes. Jack also works in the white collar criminal space and has experience in proceeds of crime jurisdiction.
Prior to working at Holding Redlich, Jack was the Associate to the Honourable Justice Sloss of the Supreme Court of Victoria (Commercial Court).
Jack has maintained a diverse practice and has been involved in a number of complex matters, including:
05 July 2023 - Knowledge
#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services
The NSW Supreme Court has ruled that section 249E(2) of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW), which deals with corrupt benefits for trustees and others, does not apply to successor fund transfers (SFT). We examine the Court’s decision and explain why this is a welcome development for superannuation trustees.
05 Mar 24 - Brisbane
Holding Redlich’s Government lawyers CLE intensive returns as an in-person half-day event. Our legal panel will discuss: practical approaches to professional responsibility and legal ethics, upcoming elections and the conventions around them, recent changes to the Privacy and RTI Act, evolutions in the work from home landscape and public sector employment - repudiation versus frustration.
12 Mar 24 - Canberra
Our annual Australian Government lawyers CLE intensive returns as an in-person CLE day at the National Press Club on Tuesday 12 March, offering a range of topics and CPD core units. Our legal panel will discuss: remaking administrative decisions, fulfilling the positive duty to prevent sexual harassment and a hostile work environment, ethics for Australian Government in-house lawyers, legal professional privilege, subpoenas and summons, key trends to know in negotiating ICT contracts and creative problem solving.
13 Mar 24
We invite you to join Holding Redlich Partner, Jenny Humphris and Barrister, William Isdale as they discuss: compensation under the Native Title Act 1993; implications for Local Governments; Timber Creek and the approach to the assessment of compensation; the meaning of “just terms” and the Full Federal Court’s Yunupingu judgment and recent developments and issues for future determination.