Mr Cameron Harvey > Norton Rose Fulbright > Melbourne, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Norton Rose Fulbright Offices
LEVEL 15, RACV TOWER
485 BOURKE STREET
MELBOURNE, VIC 3000
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Mr Cameron Harvey
Norton Rose Fulbright handles disputes across a wide range of sectors such as energy and mining, financial services, health and aged care, and infrastructure and construction. The team often adopts a multi-disciplinary approach; recent examples include close cooperation with the firm’s environmental, construction and energy teams. The practice is jointly headed by Rebecca Whittle and Melbourne-based Cameron Harvey. Clients single out the expertise of Grant Bonner, whose practice focuses on corporate litigation and regulatory investigations. ‘Excellent achiever’ Michael Sullivan has carved out a reputation as a preferred litigator for clients in the public sector. On the arbitration side, Andrew Battisson and Perth-based Dylan McKimmie lead the arbitration group, which has the ability to handle cross-border work under all main sets of international arbitration rules. In March 2019, Stephen Gorry departed to accept an in-house counsel position.
Norton Rose Fulbright handles a wide variety of class actions, including shareholder, securities, environmental, consumer, and insolvency-related claims. Traditionally, the team also has a strength in the product liability space, particularly in relation to healthcare products and drugs. The group is also acting on multiple instructions in the financial services sector. A key strength for the firm is its ability to draw on the expertise of the firm’s global network. Tricia Hobson and Cameron Harvey, based in Sydney and Melbourne, respectively, jointly head up the practice, where Nicole Wearne is also a standout practitioner. Toby Biddle is recommended for ‘putting effort in resolving a dispute in the best and most suitable manner for his client’. Grant Bonner is also noted.
As part of the firm’s global IP group, Norton Rose Fulbright‘s IP team in Australia is appreciated for its ‘high-quality commercial advice’. Teams in Sydney and Melbourne are recommended by clients for their ability to handle complex, cross-border work of a contentious or advisory nature. The ‘truly impressive’ Frances Drummond specialises in trade mark law, handling all issues regarding portfolio management, enforcement and exploitation. Drummond jointly heads the national practice with Cameron Harvey, who takes the lead on contentious matters. Other key contacts include Georgina Hay, who assists clients with brand and other IP asset management, and Jackie O’Brien, who often assumes a managing role in litigation, most recently leading a team representing Aldi Foods Pty and Aldi Pty in a trade mark case against Moroccanoil Israel. Senior associate Alyson Poole is also noted.
- Dispute resolution - Australia
- Dispute resolution: class actions - Australia
- Intellectual property - Australia
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Dispute resolution
- Dispute resolution: class actions
- Energy (transactions and regulatory)
- Intellectual property
- IT and telecoms
- Labour and employment
- Project finance
- Regulatory compliance and investigations
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Transport: shipping
- Competition and trade
- Corporate and M&A
- Labour and employment: workplace health and safety (WHS)
- Natural resources (transactions and regulatory)
- Project development
- Real estate
- Capital markets