Marshall recently joined the Perth office from a specialist boutique projects law firm to focus on litigation and dispute resolution matters.
Marshall specialises in the following areas of practice:
- mining litigation (before the Warden, in the Warden's Court and in the Supreme Court);
- native title litigation;
- commercial litigation;
- intellectual property; and
- Freedom of Information issues.
Marshall has appeared as counsel for the pastoral interests in the Miriuwung Gajerrong native title claim, the first contested native title claim to be heard by the Federal Court, and as junior counsel in the Full Federal Court and the High Court appeals in that matter. He has also appeared for various interests in other claims including Ngaluma Injibandi, Wanjina, Wongatha and Newcastle Waters.
Marshall has also acted in both administrative proceedings in the Warden's Court regarding applications, objections and plaints for forfeiture and in one of the few judicial matters heard in Warden's Court in recent years.
Marshall is a contributing author to the Lexis Nexis Native Title Service, the co-editor of Australian Native Title News, a bi-monthly national publication, has contributed chapters on Mining and Petroleum interest to Property Law in Western Australia and has written a number of papers for Legalwise, the Law Society, AMPLA and other industry organisations.
Marshall also lectures in Mining and Petroleum Law at the University of Notre Dame and has recently lectured in Equity at that institution.
Clients describe Marshall as 'very personable, takes the initiative and acts on instructions in a timely and efficient manner'.
Areas of Expertise
- Class actions
- International Business Obligations
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Native Title
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