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Jeremy Forsyth

Registered Foreign Lawyer (Western Australia)
Hong Kong

Jeremy Forsyth
Languages
English
Practice Group
Litigation

Jeremy is an experienced Litigation lawyer with more than 8-years' experience conducting complex commercial litigation in Australia and the United Kingdom, primarily in the context of financial markets, corporate governance and contentious insolvency assignments.

Jeremy also has substantial experience assisting international financial institutions and corporate groups to undertake internal investigations and respond to investigations by financial and market regulators.

Representative experience

Acting for an Indonesian property development group and its directors to successfully defend allegations of fraud and oppression by a minority joint-venture partner.*

Acting for an international mining group to recover AU$80 million in arbitration against a Chinese State owned entity.*

Acting for an international merchant bank to investigate theft and fraud by a former executive and recover the proceeds from the employee and third parties.*

Acting in proceedings to challenge the seizure of data pursuant to search warrants and protect the confidentiality of data pending the resolution of privilege claims.*

Assisting a U.S. regulator to investigate international inter-broker dealers located in Europe, the United States and Asia for evidence of misconduct.*

Assisting a European bank to respond to an investigation by the European Commission into the setting of benchmark interest rates.*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

Education and admissions

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Western Australia, 2007
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Western Australia, 2004

Court admissions

  • Supreme Court of Western Australia
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