Ms Felicity Healy > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Corrs Chambers Westgarth Offices
8 CHIFLEY, 8-12 CHIFLEY SQUARE
SYDNEY, NSW 2000
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Ms Felicity Healy
Felicity is a banking litigation and insolvency specialist, advising clients in the areas of fraud, banking litigation, cross border insolvency, debt recovery, security enforcement, voluntary administration, deeds of company arrangement, receiverships and liquidations.
For over 17 years, Felicity has advised financial institutions, insolvency practitioners, secured lenders and creditors and has worked on a number of high profile large litigious matters.
Having in-house experience, Felicity is uniquely qualified to understand the challenges facing leading Australian financial institutions, helping them identify risks, develop strategies for dealing with issues and formulated targeted actions plans such as litigation, self-reporting, restructuring or insolvency.
Felicity is also experienced in cross border insolvency law and restructuring matters.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth regularly advises on a broad scope of work in the financial services regulatory space, from supporting corporate clients in strategic compliance advice to defending investigations commenced by regulators. Melbourne-based Robert Clarke heads up the financial sponsors group, while Mark Wilks is head of litigation relating to regulatory defence and investigations. Head of the financial services regulatory team Michael Chaaya specialises in superannuation and pensions, general and life insurance, funds management, and regulatory banking; he has also been active in recent reforms to the financial services regulatory environment. Another noteworthy team member is Felicity Healy, a litigator with specialist experience in this area. Named partners are Sydney-based unless otherwise mentioned.
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- IT and telecoms
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- Banking and finance
- Competition and trade
- Corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution: class actions
- Energy (transactions and regulatory)
- Environment and planning
- Financial services regulatory
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- Labour and employment
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- Project finance
- Restructuring and insolvency
- White-collar crime
- Labour and employment: workplace health and safety (WHS)
- Capital markets