Henry is a litigation, dispute resolution and regulatory lawyer in the Sydney office of Webb Henderson. He has worked on a range of complex commercial disputes and regulatory enforcement actions in the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
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Henry has particular experience with government regulators and private and public companies in proceedings relating to alleged breaches of the Corporations Act, the Competition and Consumer Act and the Australian Consumer Law.
Some of Henry’s recent experience includes:
- Advising ASIC in proceedings against a major Australian insurer for alleged breaches of the Corporations Act and the ASIC Act;
- Representing and advising two Cayman Islands investment funds in proceedings against a major multinational credit ratings agency in proceedings arising out of the Global Financial Crisis;
- Representing a former director in proceedings involving allegations of unconscionable conduct and breaches of directors’ duties;
- Advising a major international confectionary company in respect of its obligations under the Competition and Consumer Act and the Australian Consumer Law; and
- Advising and assisting a national all-terrain vehicle and motorcycle supplier to strategise and execute a complex national recall of multiple non-compliant and potentially non-compliant quad bike products.
Henry was first admitted to practice in 2021. He is admitted to practice in New South Wales, the Federal Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia.