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Marcus Thomson
Qualifications & Education
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons), the University of Queensland, Australia
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Major in Finance), University of Queensland, Australia
  • New South Wales, Australia

Marcus has a wide range of experience acting in complex and high profile disputes and investigations.


Marcus completed a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Commerce (Major in Finance) at the University of Queensland before moving to Sydney to work at a leading Australian law firm, Gilbert + Tobin. Before Marcus joined Enyo Law in June 2023, he also served for a year as Tipstaff (Judicial Clerk) to a senior Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.

Reported cases
  • Acted for the former chair of a publicly listed casino operator in their defence of civil penalty proceedings brought by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for alleged breaches of directors’ duties relating to money laundering risk.
  • Acted for a foreign state regulator in an Australian claim for damages arising from torts allegedly committed on the foreign state’s soil.
  • Acted for a major Australian bank’s pension business in its defence of a class action relating to an alleged failure to act in the best interests of members.
  • Acted for a corporate trustee in its defence of a claim relating to allegedly improper allocations of funds under a contractual and trust-based commercial relationship.
  • Acted for a nation-state in international arbitration proceedings relating to a natural gas development.
  • Acted for a peak trade union body in its successful application to the High Court of Australia for a declaration that legislation restricting election campaigning was unconstitutional because it unduly infringed the freedom of political communication.
  • Acted for Bernard Collaery, former Attorney-General of the Australian Capital Territory, who faced high-profile national security charges.
  • Acted as Solicitor Assisting the Royal Commission into the Robodebt Scheme, established to investigate the Australian Government’s failed welfare debt-recovery program.
  • Acted for the Australian Government in its response to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
  • Acted for a political party and affiliated persons in connection with investigations relating to the party’s corporate structure and financial management, and its compliance with election financing laws.
  • Acted for a hotel called to give evidence to the Victorian COVID-19 Hotel Quarantine Inquiry.
  • Acted for an individual called to give evidence to the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption regarding State government corruption.
  • Acted for a major Australian bank in an internal review of its risk-management practices in response to an investigation by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
Nov 29, 2023
Oliver Rule joins Enyo Law from Allen & Overy
We are delighted to welcome Oliver Rule, who joins the firm as a partner. Oliver has almost two decades of...
Nov 22, 2023
The wide remit of a section 423 Insolvency Act claim
It is well known that courts are extremely reluctant to “pierce the corporate veil” and disregard the fundamental principle of...
Nov 15, 2023
High Court reiterates need to prove reliance on implied misrepresentations
The High Court has dismissed claims against Credit Suisse relating to its sale of a collateralised debt obligation (“CDO”) “as...
Oct 17, 2023
Andy McGregor joins Enyo Law from Allen & Overy
Enyo Law further strengthens its highly-ranked litigation practice with the appointment of Andy McGregor as a partner in the London...