Morgan's practice is focused on Common Law, Public law and regulatory/white collar crime including OHS.
Morgan has acted for and against a number of government departments in common law proceedings, inquests, administrative law and regulatory prosecutions.
He also regularly acts for injured workers in common law matters including serious injury applications, trials and medical panel referrals.
He regularly appears in inquests having appeared for individuals, government departments; other interested parties (including families) and assisted the coroner.
His experience, in investigations, emergency management and fraud place him in a unique position to be able to advise parties seeking to recover compensation from or take action against individuals for fraud, arson and intentional torts.
Morgan has an LLM from the Australian National University. In which he focused on Dispute Resolution, Insurance Law and Commercial Drafting. The research component focused on the deficiencies of industry based Ombudsmen such as the FICS and IOS (now FOS).
Morgan is also able to assist in matters involving regulation, licensing bodies and disciplinary proceedings. He has a particular interest and experience in medico legal work. He has both defended and prosecuted doctors (and other allied health workers) as well as acted for them in disciplinary proceedings and other related matters.
Morgan has a strong interest in the Arts, he is currently a Director on the Board of an Arts organisation and he has acted and advised a number of artists and Arts organisations in relation to a variety of legal issues.
Morgan is happy to discuss with solicitors personally how he can assist in a number of common law and quasi criminal mattes or contact can be made with one of the Greens List clerks who are well aware of Morgan's experience and capacity.
To get in touch with Morgan McLay | or for more information please contact the Clerk on: +61 3 9225 7222 or email@example.com