Our Team

Qualifications & Education
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons), the University of Queensland, Australia
  • Bachelor of Arts (Major in History), the University of Queensland, Australia
  • New South Wales, Australia

Liam is a commercial disputes lawyer with cross-sector experience acting for sovereign states and major global corporations in complex proceedings, often with cross-jurisdictional elements. Liam also has experience advising on white collar crime and sanctions issues.

  • Liam holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and a Bachelor of Arts (Major in History) from the University of Queensland. Liam began practice in 2019 with DLA Piper in Australia, during which time he completed a six-month secondment to the firm’s Dublin office. Liam subsequently worked at Allens Linklaters in Sydney, Australia prior to joining Enyo Law in September 2023.
Experience includes:
  • Acting for the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste and the Electricity Department of Timor-Leste in the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia in relation to a multi-million-dollar oil supply dispute following ICSID proceedings.
  • Acting for the Securities and Exchange Board of India in the Federal Court of Australia in respect of a recovery action arising from one of the largest Ponzi schemes in history.
  • Advising numerous domestic and international blue-chip companies in relation to newly implemented global sanctions regimes.
  • In-house secondment at Uber Australia, project managing defence of class-action brought by taxi industry.
  • Acting for one of Australia’s largest casinos in defence of a shareholder class action brought in relation to alleged misleading and deceptive statements relating to its compliance with anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.
  • Advising Australia’s leading renewable energy development and storage investment company on a project dispute and shareholder oppression claim.
  • Acting for a multinational commercial real-estate company and its agents in a multi-million dollar misleading and deceptive conduct claim in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Jul 9, 2024
The importance of directors’ knowledge in establishing the largest ever wrongful trading award and the first ever award for “misfeasant trading”
The High Court recently issued its judgment against two former directors of BHS Group Limited, Mr Henningson and Mr Chandler...
Jul 4, 2024
Supreme Court rules that planning authorities cannot give permission for oil drilling projects without considering the environmental effects of the oil’s combustion
On 20 June 2024, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in R (on the application of Finch on behalf...
Jul 2, 2024
UK sanctions ground payment obligations under letters of credit in aircraft leasing case
In Celestial Aviation Services Limited v UniCredit Bank GmbH, London Branch [2024] EWCA Civ 628, the Court of Appeal held...
Jun 13, 2024
Fair winds favour plaintiffs in wasted expenditure cases
A recent judgment of the High Court of Australia has clarified aspects of contract law and the availability of damages...