Marc de Carne - Litigation Lawyer - Commercial Law - Employment Law
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Marc de Carne

With experience in litigation, employment, restraints, breach of confidence, directors’ duties, corporate, discrimination, industrial relations and administrative law, Marc is a well-rounded legal strategist. Marc draws on experience as counsel for large to small corporates and organisations.

Marc advises, acts in and resolves a variety of disputes and non-contentious matters.

He has a keen interest in:

  • litigation and dispute resolution;
  • employment and industrial relations;
  • commercial contracts, services contracts and breach of contract;
  • duties, governance, compliance, professional responsibility and administrative law;
  • intellectual property, proprietary rights, restraints and confidential information.

Marc acts as a consultant to other lawyers and other professionals on complex matters. He was a corporate lawyer in the financial services industry in the United Kingdom and Australia and can draft a variety of contracts.

He graduated with honours in law in 2004 and was admitted as a practicing solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court in 2007. Marc is completing his Master of Laws at the University of Sydney.

Marc has a keen interest and working knowledge of professional responsibilities, investigations, complaints and inquiries.

Marc has been a successful solicitor advocate in matters in the technology, health, construction, mining, manufacturing, pharmacy, chemicals and resources industries.

Some of the types of matters Marc has recently acted in and advised upon include:

  • Confidential Information and Intellectual property rights and protections;
  • Breach of contract;
  • Restraint of trade;
  • General protections, Contravention of the Fair Work Act 2009 and modern awards;
  • Discrimination;
  • Unfair dismissal;
  • Enterprise bargaining;
  • Investigations; Professional responsibility, Inquiries and Complaints.

For further information on the matters Marc has acted in, please feel free to contact Marc directly and ask him about his experience.

Call (02) 9004 7404 to speak to Marc de Carne or email: