Before joining Ogier in 2020 Sam was part of an Australian leading international law firm's Disputes & Investigations team where he specialised in financial services and cross-border tax related matters. Prior to joining Disputes & Investigations Sam was part of the same company's Tax team, where he worked on Transfer Pricing and R&D Incentive disputes and advised on the Australian taxation of outbound investments involving intermediary trusts.
Sam is part of Ogier's multi-disciplinary Restructuring and Corporate Recovery team and has experience in formal insolvency procedures, negligence and breach of duty claims and investor and shareholder actions, including statutory remedies.
Sam has delivered training on Transfer Pricing, the Transferor Trusts regime. He oversaw preparation of a guide to the Affidavit compliance requirements of the Superior Courts of Australia and has contributed to articles on validation under section 99 of the Companies Law and the right of minority shareholders to bring personal claims against a company.
Sam graduated with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in History in 2012 before completing his Juris Doctor at Melbourne Law School in 2015. He is admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia and as a Licensed Attorney in the Cayman Islands.
2020 – Cayman Islands
2016 – High Court, Australia
2016 – Victoria, Australia