Jessica S.Sidi

Associate

Sydney + 61.2.8272.0745

Jessica Sidi advises Australian and international clients on a variety of complex commercial litigation matters in a range of jurisdictions, including the Federal Court of Australia and state courts. She also has experience in alternative dispute resolution processes.

Jessica's experience includes acting for directors of a significant mining company in relation to alleged breaches of directors' duties and oppression, acting for company officers regarding regulatory investigations, and defending class action proceedings.

Experience

  • Ai-Media completes AUD$65.5 million IPO on ASXJones Day advised Access Innovation Holdings Limited, a global provider of technology-driven live and recorded captioning, transcription and translation services, in connection with its AUD$65.5 million initial public offering on ASX.
  • Alfred Medical Imaging to be acquired by I-MED Radiology NetworkJones Day is advising Alfred Medical Imaging in its acquisition by I-MED Radiology Network.
  • 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.
  • Former IOOF Chairman successfully defends disqualification proceedings brought by APRAJones Day successfully defended George Venardos, a former director and Chairman of IOOF Holdings Limited ("IOOF"), in disqualification proceedings brought by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority ("APRA") against directors and senior management of IOOF in the Australian Federal Court.
  • 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.
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