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Martin is a commercial lawyer specialising in the fields of energy and resources, construction and infrastructure, and unregulated M&A.
He advises on joint ventures, the acquisition and disposal of mining and oil and gas assets, as well as unregulated M&A in the infrastructure and corporate sectors. He also has substantial experience in resources/energy project and infrastructure development, including roads and rail, and social infrastructure PPPs.
Martin previously spent nearly three years working with a global law firm in London, where he was mostly involved in upstream oil and gas and mining M&A, and development projects in Africa and Europe, as well as gas sales and transportation agreements. Martin's extensive experience and outstanding skill set are complemented by his "common sense with a profound knowledge of the resource industries" – Chambers Global.
He has been acknowledged as a leading individual in Energy & Resources each year in Asia Pacific Legal 500, 2005-2012, as a leading individual in Energy & Natural Resources each year in Chambers Global, 2007-2012, a leading individual in Natural Resources each year in Best Lawyers Australia 2010-2019, and a leading individual in Victorian Energy & Resources law in Doyles Guide 2016.
Martin is currently the National President of the Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association, AMPLA.
Negotiation of a stabilisation agreement with the Government of Zambia for a copper project in Zambia.
Recognised as a lawyer in Energy & Resources.
Recognised as a leading lawyer in Energy & Natural Resources
Listed as a leading lawyer in Equity Capital Markets Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Construction/Infrastructure Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Corporate Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Energy Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Mining Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Natural Resources Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Oil & Gas Law
It is anticipated that a number of changes to the EDI scheme will encourage Mineral Explorers to engage in new capital raisings for the purpose of undertaking mineral exploration.
Insolvency sales have their own unique issues, but the agenda is always clear - maximise return to creditors.
Companies in distress often undertake a sale of assets to alleviate cash flow or debt repayment issues when other lines of credit or sources of funds have been exhausted. Such decisions are not...