Christopher Palmer appeared for the successful applicants in Crupe Pte Ltd v Robertson  NSWSC 2056, which concerned worldwide asset freezing (over USD 120 million) and disclosure orders. Christopher also appeared as sole counsel for the successful applicants on the initial urgent ex-parte application.
Gregory Drew appeared for debenture holders in Smith v Australian Executor Trustees  NSWSC 1584, in which the Court approved settlement of their class action related to the collapse of Provident Capital Ltd. The Court observed that there is “no reason to think that the case could have been settled for any greater sum”. Gregory appeared for the debenture holders throughout the litigation.
Benjamin Zipser appeared for the appellant in Hossain v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCA 34, the latest High Court authority on jurisdictional error in administrative decisions.
Benjamin Zipser appeared for the successful parties in complex NSW Supreme Court and Court of Appeal real property litigation ( NSWSC 446;  NSWSC 583;  NSWSC 381;  NSWSC 566;  NSWSC 567;  NSWSC 1063;  NSWCA 185;  NSWSC 1492), which concerned issues of fraud, specific performance, caveats, restraints against the Registrar-General and possession.
Benjamin Zipser appeared pro bono for the successful applicant in Maioha v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCA 1016, which concerned judicial review of the Minister’s cancellation of a New Zealand citizen’s visa on character grounds.
Michelle Hirschhorn appeared for the successful applicant in Australian Workers’ Union v BlueScope Steel (AIS) Pty Ltd  FCA 80, which concerned superannuation entitlements of employees under various awards and enterprise agreements.
Christopher Palmer appeared for the successful applicant in Lets Go Adventures Pty Ltd v Barrett  NSWCA 2, which concerned post-appeal worldwide asset freezing and disclosure orders.
Christopher Palmer appeared for the successful applicant in Zaki v Better Buildings Constructions Pty Ltd  NSWSC 1522, the first NSW Supreme Court authority applying the Civil Liability (Third Party Claims Against Insurers) Act 2017 (NSW). The decision concerned joining an insurer to proceedings and the onus in relation to time limitations.