Sam has 10 years’ experience in commercial litigation and corporate regulation at a large commercial law firm. He practices primarily in commercial and administrative law.
Before coming to the Bar, Sam was a Senior Associate in the Commercial Litigation team at Norton Rose Fulbright. He acted in a broad range of disputes involving general commercial litigation, corporations law, insolvency, financial services, franchising, competition, trade practices, product liability and real estate. He also acted in numerous regulatory investigations, enforcement proceedings and administrative appeals involving government agencies such as ASIC, ACCC, ACMA, the ATO, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and Energy Safe Victoria.
Sam was also a member of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Business Ethics and Anti-Corruption team, advising clients in relation to a range of domestic and international compliance issues including directors’ duties, managed investment schemes, market manipulation, trade sanctions and bribery.
Sam has published articles and presented seminars on a variety of subjects including bribery offences, trade sanctions, contracts and privilege.
Sam holds a Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) and a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical) from Monash University.
He read with Stewart Maiden and his senior mentor is Nick Hopkins QC.
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