Khory is recognised as a market leader in the field of dispute and conflict resolution both nationally and internationally.
Khory draws upon 35 years of experience in the public and private sectors as a party representative in complex legal proceedings, arbitrations, expert determinations and mediations. Khory has a leading practice in conflict and dispute strategic advisory work and has acted as a mediator and expert in a number of complex commercial disputes.
Khory has experience in a broad range of industries including energy, resources, commodities, infrastructure, public sector and cross-border. His reputation for strategic thinking makes him the 'go to' adviser on issues management and conflict resolution.
In addition, Khory is recognised by IBA Global Who’s Who of International Commercial Mediation, Chambers International Arbitration (Australia) and Chambers Global. He was also named as a leading individual in 2015 in Chambers Asia Pacific and named in the Best Lawyers (Australia) for International Arbitration, Government and Litigation.
Khory holds a number of public engagements including board appointments, engagements with substantial public institutions and educational groups. Khory currently represents the Australian delegation on the UNCITRAL Working Group II: Arbitration and Conciliation which is working on a model law or convention on the recognition and enforcement of conciliated settlements. He is also a board member of a number of important organisations, including the Northern Australian Infrastructure Facility.
21 Feb 24 - Melbourne
The Victorian construction industry is highly regulated with directors and officers of construction companies facing general and specific risks of personal liability for the acts of their companies. In this in-person seminar, partners Ben Marshall, Chris Brodrick and Lachlan Ingram will explore three key areas of concern for directors and officers in the construction industry.
21 Feb 24
In the first instalment of our 2024 Construction & Infrastructure webinar series, partner Christine Jones will round up the significant decisions from 2023 concerning the NSW Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act and forecast what's to come in the new year. The one-hour online session will review last year's key changes to the Act, delve into the latest adjudication statistics and explore potential trends for 2024.
22 Feb 24 - Sydney
One of the few things we can rely on is change. Our annual NSW Government lawyers CLE intensive returns as an in-person CLE day, offering a range of topics and CPD core units. This year’s program invites us to filter through the noise and refresh key concepts and skills necessary for the year ahead.