Daniel Moloney advises corporates, financial institutions, and individual directors and officers in complex and strategic litigation and regulatory matters.
Daniel's practice focuses on high-stakes commercial disputes, investigations, regulatory enforcement actions and prosecutions, and class action defense. Daniel also advises clients on regulatory issues including in relation to cyber and AML/CTF (anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing) matters. He has broad experience across industry sectors, particularly banking and financial services.
Daniel's recent experience includes advising national and global corporations and financial institutions in regulatory obligations, investigations, and enforcement actions; acting for a global corporation in a dispute concerning ownership of certain IP following a series of major corporate transactions; advising global corporations in Australian class actions; acting for high-profile directors and executives in investigations and enforcement actions, including successfully defending the former chairman of a financial services company in disqualification proceedings; and acting for a financial institution in relation to the Financial Services Royal Commission.
Daniel also has advised clients in insolvency-related investigations and litigation, including acting for the receivers of a public company in a claim against directors and officers for breaches of duties in connection to a satellite project and acting for the liquidators of special purpose finance companies in investigations and claims relating to taxation evasion schemes involving financial institutions in numerous jurisdictions.
Australia's High Court Confirms Facebook Page "Owner" Responsible For Defamatory Comments by Third Parties
Federal Court of Australia Rules That the Government Owes Duty of Care to Australian Youth on Climate Change
- The Flinders University of South Australia (LL.B. and L.P. with Honours 2010; Bachelor of Commerce 2010)
- High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia, and Supreme Court of South Australia