The List G Barristers’ membership is delighted to introduce and congratulate our new members Jessica Apel, Tim Burn-Francis, Stephanie Cheligoy, Ned Marlow-Weir, Edward Moore and Jacob Waller. We welcome them to the List G Barristers’ tradition of professional excellence and expertise in commercial and public law.
Jessica Apel joins us most recently from the competition and commercial litigation teams at Ashurst. She has specialist expertise in competition and consumer law, energy law, regulatory investigations, civil penalty proceedings, and access regulation. She also has experience in commercial arbitration, contract disputes, royal commissions, judicial review proceedings, and white-collar crime.
Tim Burn-Francis joins us most recently from specialist intellectual property and entertainment firm, Simpsons, in Sydney. Prior to that Tim was a solicitor in the intellectual property and trade mark prosecution teams at Herbert Smith Freehills. He has particular expertise in trade mark and copyright infringement disputes, opposition hearings, Copyright Tribunal applications, defamation and contractual disputes.
Ned Marlow-Weir joins us most recently from MinterEllison's dispute resolution team. At MinterEllison, Ned acted for a range of stakeholders in connection with both corporate insolvency and bankruptcy. He also has broad experience in general commercial disputes, banking litigation and corporations and securities matters.
Edward Moore joins us most recently from PwC, where he focussed on cross-borders mergers and acquisitions and international tax issues. He previously spent two years at Greenwoods and Herbert Smith Freehills, advising large Australian companies in the financial services and real estate industries, and advising high net worth individuals. At the Victorian Bar, Edward will be practising in all areas of commercial and administrative law.
Jacob Waller joins us most recently from the Allens’ commercial disputes resolution team. He has particular expertise in class actions, competition and consumer law, regulatory proceedings, judicial review and contract disputes. He also has experience in complex criminal matters involving serious contraventions of competition laws.