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Greg has over 20 years’ experience as a dispute resolution and litigation lawyer. He specialises in complex commercial and corporate disputes and litigation. He also specialises in regulatory disputes and litigation, commissions of inquiry and administrative law.

Greg acts for Australian and foreign clients across a wide range of industries, including government, property and real estate, technology, media, and communications. His clients include Commonwealth government agencies, technology, media and communications companies, professional services firms, manufacturers, mining companies, property developers and owners of real estate assets.

Since 2021, Greg has been recognised as a leading administrative and public law lawyer in Australia by Doyle’s Guide.


Commercial, corporate and competition disputes

Greg has acted in many complex commercial disputes and litigation, across the Federal and various State jurisdictions, including in the areas of contract, competition, finance and intellectual property law. Several of these matters have involved cross-border issues.

Greg also has extensive experience in corporate disputes and litigation (e.g. disputes relating to mergers and acquisitions, directors’ duties, shareholders’ and partnership agreements) and all aspects of corporate insolvency law.

Regulatory disputes, administrative law and inquiries

Greg advises clients on matters involving regulatory compliance, approvals and dealings with regulators (including investigations and prosecutions). He has acted for both Commonwealth Government and private sector clients in several high profile regulatory disputes and litigation.

Greg’s extensive regulatory expertise includes the areas of competition, broadcasting, corporate, financial services, data and privacy law.

Greg also has substantial experience in Royal Commissions and other inquires, such as investigations by and hearings before the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption and independent reviews of government decisions.


01 November 2023 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin: Commencement of the PID Act 2022 in NSW

#Government, #Dispute Resolution & Litigation

The new public interest disclosures legislation came into effect last month. Who is covered under the Act and what are their responsibilities?

14 June 2023 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin: Strengthened accountability to stop ‘Pork Barrelling’


The recent GSFA Bill passed by the NSW Government sees strengthened accountability in the use of public funds by Ministers and government staff.

14 February 2023 - Knowledge

Presumption of advancement – lessons from a recent NSW Court of Appeal decision

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #Private Client Practice

The NSW Court of Appeal recently considered a beneficial interest claim in a case concerning a property purchased in the name of a daughter using funds provided by her dad.