Ross Freeman has more than 22 years’ experience as a commercial litigator specialising in financial services and securities market regulation and enforcement. He heads Minter Ellison’s litigation and dispute resolution division.
Freeman has extensive experience in representing clients involved in ASIC and ASX investigations and hearings, class actions, civil penalty proceedings and criminal prosecutions involving directors’ duties, continuous disclosure, insider trading and other issues involving market misconduct.
His prestigious court experience as a litigator includes major civil penalty proceedings including James Hardie and its former executives and directors (ASIC v McDonald & Ors) and Earglow & Ors v Sigma Pharmaceuticals, a shareholder class action.
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