February 27, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Insolvency & Reconstruction Lawyers – Sydney, 2016

The 2016 listing of leading Sydney Insolvency & Reconstruction Lawyers details solicitors practising in insolvency and reconstruction matters matters in the New South Wales legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Dominic Emmett, Gilbert + Tobin
James Marshall, Ashurst

Leading

Scott Atkins, Henry Davis York
Jennifer Ball, Clayton Utz
David Cowling, King & Wood Mallesons
Roger Dobson, Jones Day
Michael Hughes, Minter Ellison
Tim Klineberg, King & Wood Mallesons
Alex Linden, Kemp Strang
John Martin, Henry Davis York
Tony Ryan, Ashurst

Recommended

Justin Bates, Gadens
James Beaton, Minter Ellison
Mark Clifton, Herbert Smith Freehills
Philip Crawford, Henry Davis York
Craig Ensor, Henry Davis York
David Goldman, Norton Rose Fulbright
Richard Harris, Allens
Peter Harrison, Kemp Strang
Scott Hedge, Colin Biggers & Paisley
Peter Hegarty, Thomson Geer
Katie Higgins, Jones Day
Mark Hilton, Henry Davis York
Philip Hoser, Jones Day
Mitchell Mathas, Norton Rose Fulbright
Orla McCoy, Clayton Utz
John Nestel, Herbert Smith Freehills
Maria O’Brien, Baker & McKenzie
Jason Opperman, K&L Gates
David Proudman, Johnson Winter & Slattery
Tim Sackar, Ashurst
David Walter, Baker & McKenzie
Mark Watson, Watson Mangioni
Grant Whatley, HWL Ebsworth
Mark Wilks, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

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