Paddy Clark advises Australian and international clients on contentious and noncontentious matters, with a particular focus on corporate governance and financial institution regulation and litigation. He has been involved in defending a number of Australian financial institutions and senior executives from regulatory actions and investigations. His experience also encompasses class action defense, joint ventures, and general listed company advice.
Paddy recently advised: directors of financial institutions on regulatory investigations, enforcement, and inquiries; public companies on shareholder approvals; and an international technology company on general corporate governance. He has also assisted a number of clients with AML/CTF (Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act) issues and a range of complex, cross-border commercial transactions.
Paddy is an active contributor to Jones Day's pro bono efforts, particularly in the prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking.
Australian Court Grants Shareholders Access to Bank's Internal Documents to Assess Alignment With Climate Change Commitments
- The Australian National University (LL.B. Hons. 2017; B.Comm. 2017)
- Supreme Court of New South Wales
- Associate to Acting Justices Robinson and Ashford, Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory (2017)