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Jane Gregory

Bar roll 2017 Admitted 2013
  • Commercial Law Tort Law
  • Public Law
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Jane Gregory practises in commercial law and regulatory law matters.

Before coming to the Bar, Jane was a solicitor at Allens for four and a half years. Her experience at Allens included working on APRA and AFP investigations, class actions and ACCC litigation.

Jane is currently completing a Master of Laws at the University of Melbourne. She has a Bachelor of Laws with first class honours and a Bachelor of Commerce, both from Monash University.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation

Contact

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Chambers & Clerk

Owen Dixon Chambers West
Level 15 Room 3

525 Lonsdale Street

Melbourne VIC 3000

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+61 3 9225 8558

Expertise

Commercial Law
  • Building & Construction
  • Class Actions
  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Competition
  • Consumer Law
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Corporate Insolvency
  • Corporations & Securities
  • Equity & Trusts
Tort Law
  • Professional Negligence
Public Law
  • Commissions & Inquiries
  • Environment

Qualifications

Qualifications

Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

Bachelor of Commerce

Admitted

Victoria

Entitled to practise in

State and Territory Courts and Tribunals

Federal Court of Australia

High Court of Australia

Languages

Greek

Recent Cases

Construction and Environmental Law
  • Acting for the Transurban parties in the West Gate Tunnel Project dispute, including Transurban WGT Co Pty Ltd v CPB Contractors Pty Limited [2020] VSC 476, an injunction application in relation to an arbitration concerning the project. Led by Bret Walker SC, Michael Roberts QC, Jonathon Moore QC, Tim Breakspear and Liam Connolly. Instructed by Herbert Smith Freehills.

  • 1155 Nepean High Pty Ltd v Promax Buildings Pty Ltd[2020] VSC 398: judicial review of an adjudication determination under the security of payment legislation. Led by Jeremy Twigg QC. Instructed by Minter Ellison.
  • Total Construction Pty Ltd v V & K Engineering Pty Ltd, County Court: claim against a subcontractor for liquidated damages and rectification works. Matter resolved before trial. Instructed by Crafers Law.
Insolvency Law and Equity
  • Mega and Mega v WW Property Development Pty Ltd and others, Supreme Court: claim for contribution in relation to an alleged co-guaranteed debt. Counterclaim includes claims for monies had and received, and breaches of restraints of trade. Led by Daniel Aghion. Instructed by Hall & Wilcox.
  • M C Wholesaling Pty Ltd and Australia Productions Pty Ltd v Ming Che and others, Supreme Court: claim for breach of fiduciary obligations, knowing assistance and knowing receipt. Led by Daniel Aghion. Instructed by H & H Lawyers.
  • Tangen Investments Pty Ltd v Z & L Property Management Pty Ltd, Supreme Court: winding up application where defendant had failed to comply with a statutory demand and sought to prove it was solvent. Application to prove solvency was not successful and the defendant company was wound up. Instructed by Align Law.
Competition and Consumer Law
  • Clinical Laboratories Pty Ltd v 4Cyte Pathology Pty Ltd and MyClinic Prahran Pty Ltd, Supreme Court: dispute regarding restraint of trade clauses in commercial leases. Matter resolved before trial. Led by Peter Collinson QC and Christopher Archibald. Instructed by Gilbert + Tobin.
  • Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd v Eltech Industries (a partnership) and Eltech Global Pty Ltd, Supreme Court: dispute regarding consumer guarantees and alleged misleading or deceptive conduct. Matter resolved before trial. Led by David Batt QC and Daniel Aghion. Instructed by Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers.
  • Assisted with the ACCC’s review of the Sydney Transport Partners Consortium’s proposed acquisition of WestConnex. The proposed acquisition was approved. Instructed by Webb Henderson.
International Law
  • UIL (Singapore) Pte Ltd v Wollongong Coal Limited and others, Federal Court: claim regarding the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. Led by Matthew Harvey QC and Kylie Weston-Scheuber. Instructed by Clyde & Co.