Daniel Moloney has extensive experience advising corporates, financial institutions, and individual directors and officers in complex and strategic litigation and regulatory matters.
Daniel's practice focuses on major commercial and corporate disputes, investigations and regulatory enforcement actions, class action defense, and insolvency-related investigations and litigation.
Daniel's recent experience includes advising national and global corporations and financial institutions in relation to regulatory obligations, investigations, and enforcement actions; acting for a global corporation in relation to a dispute concerning ownership of certain IP following a series of major corporate transactions; acting for 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; acting for a financial institution in relation to the Financial Services Royal Commission; and acting for the receivers of a public company in a claim against directors and officers for breaches of duties in connection to a satellite construction and launch project.
Daniel's experience prior to joining Jones Day includes undertaking internal investigations for a major corporation in the transport and logistics sector; defending a global credit rating agency in numerous Australian class actions; advising a hedge fund in litigation concerning its investment in hybrid listed securities; acting for a financial services company in relation to allegations of misselling and negligent advice; 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.
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- 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