Stephanie E.Crosbie

Associate

Sydney + 61.2.8272.0707 Tokyo + 81.3.6800.1817

Stephanie Crosbie works on complex and strategic commercial disputes in a range of jurisdictions, including the Federal Court of Australia and various state Supreme Courts. Her experience includes high-value contractual disputes, trade practices matters, joint venture disputes, employment matters, and disputes arising from contentious security enforcements. She also has experience in alternative dispute resolution processes and government inquiries.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Stephanie was a member of the University of New South Wales UNSW Law Journal, volunteered at the Cancer Council Legal Referral Service, and worked as an academic research assistant in intellectual property at UNSW.

Experience

  • Directors of Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd succeed in having oppression suit referred to arbitration and court proceedings stayedJones Day acts for the board of directors of Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd in defense of proceedings in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, commenced by Ms. Bianca Rinehart in her capacity as trustee of a trust which holds a beneficial interest in the company.
  • Centuria Capital acquires 50% voting interest and 63.06% economic interest in Centuria HeathleyJones Day advised Centuria Capital Limited on the acquisition by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Centuria Platform Investments Pty Ltd, of a 50% voting interest and 63.06% economic interest in Heathley Limited's property funds management platform, forming a specialist healthcare funds manager, Centuria Heathley.
  • Keller successfully recovers amounts relating to outstanding payments and third-party cyber fraud on ground engineering and construction projectJones Day acted for Keller Pty. Ltd. in a successful statutory adjudication to recover payments due from Karimbla Constructions Services (NSW) Pty Ltd, and defended related proceedings subsequently commenced by Karimbla in the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
  • Former CEO defends Australian corporate regulator claimJones Day is acting for the former CEO of a metals and mining company in defending proceedings brought by the corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission ("ASIC"), in the Federal Court of Australia.
  • Lowe's exits from Masters Home Improvement joint venture with Woolworths in AustraliaJones Day provided strategic advice and assisted Lowe's Companies, Inc. with various aspects of its exit from a joint venture with Woolworths Limited, with respect to the Masters hardware and home improvement retail business established by the joint venture in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Total sells Atotech to The Carlyle Group for $3.2 billionJones Day advised Total in the $3.2 billion sale of specialty chemical affiliate Atotech B.V., a global manufacturer of high technology plating solutions, to The Carlyle Group.
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