Skip to Main Content
Our Commitment to Diversity


Philip Murray

Advised on the K&L Gates founded Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project.
Advised plaintiffs in misleading and deceptive conduct cases.
Acted for liquidators and creditors in connection with voidable transactions and various other claims.
Advised receivers in relation to issues concerning the interests of secured parties in relation to a significant corporate insolvency.
Acted in an LCIA arbitration for an Australian ASX-listed mining exploration company regarding its interest in a Ghanaian tenement, and advising in connection with associated injunctive proceedings in Ghana and enforcement proceedings in New York.
Advised individuals and corporations in connection with corporate insolvency and associated director and parent company liability issues.
Acted for Adamus Resources Limited in proceedings in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in relation to a dispute over the ownership of a mining tenement in Ghana.
Acted for Apache Energy Limited in relation to the explosion and fire at the Varanus Island processing facilities in June 2008 in respect of a civil claim by a gas customer.
Acted for creditors in connection with winding-up applications.
Return to top of page

Email Disclaimer

We welcome your email, but please understand that if you are not already a client of K&L Gates LLP, we cannot represent you until we confirm that doing so would not create a conflict of interest and is otherwise consistent with the policies of our firm. Accordingly, please do not include any confidential information until we verify that the firm is in a position to represent you and our engagement is confirmed in a letter. Prior to that time, there is no assurance that information you send us will be maintained as confidential. Thank you for your consideration.

Accept Cancel