Piper Alderman brings commercial dispute resolution specialist into partnership

Mark Doble joins the Sydney office following a 17-year stint at Eakin McCaffery Cox

Piper Alderman brings commercial dispute resolution specialist into partnership

Piper Alderman continues to boost its restructuring and insolvency practice with the appointment of commercial dispute resolution specialist Mark Doble to the role of partner.  

Doble joins the Sydney office following a 17-year stint at Eakin McCaffery Cox. Piper Alderman managing partner Tony Britten-Jones said that he looks forward to Doble becoming an integral member of the firm, describing him as “a seasoned restructuring and insolvency lawyer” whose experience complements the national restructuring and insolvency team.  

Doble specialises in complex and debt recovery litigation, securities law, and the Personal Property Securities Act. He provides commercial, pre-insolvency advice to company directors and insolvent individuals and assists with appointment of administrators in insolvency proceedings.   

He has also acted for and against liquidators and trustees in bankruptcy matters relating to recovery of voidable transactions and setting aside of antecedent transactions.  

Throughout his career, he has regularly published insights and thought pieces on related topics. He is well regarded by his clients and peers alike for his practical and outcome driven approach and ability to analyse and break through complex issues.

“I am very excited by the opportunities that Piper Alderman offers, both for me and my clients,” Doble said. “Since my decision to join the firm, my confidence has only been increased by the very positive comments clients and colleagues alike have made about Piper Alderman.”

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