Profile

Full Name: Mr Scott Cromb
Email: scott.cromb@vicbar.com.au
Phone: +61 3 9225 7072
Fax: (03) 9225 8480
Mobile: 0413 039 131
Chambers: Owen Dixon Chambers West
Room: 1616
Date of Admission: 13 Apr 2010
Called to the Bar: 2 May 2019
Qualifications: B.A.; LLB (Hons)
Previous Occupation: Special Counsel, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers; Legal Counsel, World Vision Australia; Associate, Gadens Lawyers

Profile

Scott has a broad commercial practice with a particular focus on insolvency, competition and banking matters and class actions.

In the nine years prior to coming to the Bar, Scott was a Special Counsel in the Commercial Litigation team at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers. Prior to that, he was Legal Counsel at World Vision Australia and before that, an Associate in the Banking, Finance & Insolvency team at Gadens Lawyers.

Over this time, Scott has gained a wealth of experience in commercial litigation matters. He appears regularly in the Supreme, County, Federal and Federal Circuit Courts and has also conducted numerous interstate proceedings. Scott has had the conduct of various major litigation matters, including the landmark ASIC v Healey directors’ duties proceedings and the Centro class actions.

Scott frequently delivers seminars and publishes articles on topics including the Personal Property Securities Act, the Corporations Act, the Privacy Act and the Code of Banking Practice.

Scott is reading with Nicholas De Young and his Senior Mentor is Jonathon Moore QC.

Areas of Practice

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Appellate

Commercial Law

  • Banking & Finance
  • Bankruptcy Law & Insolvency Law
  • Civil Procedure Law
  • Class Actions
  • Competition Law & Consumer Law
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Corporations Law & Securities Law
  • Insurance Law & Professional Negligence Law
  • International Commercial Law
  • Property & Probate

Equity & Trusts

Public Law & Administrative Law

  • Compliance & Investigations
  • Constitutional Law
  • Disciplinary Proceedings
  • Human Rights Law
  • Merits Review
From 3 May 2019, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.


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