Introduction A security interest granted under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) can be perfected by registration on the Personal Property Securities Register (“PPSR“) at any time. However a late registration can vest in…
Graeme is a principal with 30 years’ experience in commercial litigation acting for clients in a broad range of industries in small to complex claims. He works with insolvency practitioners acting in their capacities as liquidators, receivers and voluntary administrators, advising on all aspects of their appointment.
Graeme has a keen interest in the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) and has presented to a range of professional associations, accountants, insolvency practitioners and clients on the practical implications of the PPSA. He also advises on the full suite of intellectual property rights in their protection, enforcement and commercialisation.
Graeme views litigation as a tool to achieving a desired outcome, whether that be a commercial solution or a determination of rights at trial. Graeme works closely with his clients to obtain a clear understanding of their objectives and to then set a strategy to best achieve them.
Graeme has been recognised in The Best Lawyers in Australia in Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution for 2021.
A selection of Graeme’s significant experience includes: