Jordan Hurley is senior associate in the complex litigation and disputes resolution practice. He provides considered advice primarily in relation to contentious matters. His experience is broad and includes providing advice and representation in debt recovery, contractual disputes and Corporations Act matters.
Jordan has represented clients before the Supreme Court, Federal Court, District Court and the State Administrative Tribunal. He has a keen interest in disputes involving contemporary issues such as crypto-currency and the use of metadata in proceedings.
Jordan works with clients to develop an appropriate strategy to achieve desired outcomes.
Prior to joining the firm, Jordan practiced as a commercial litigation lawyer at a mid-sized Western Australia based firm.
- Access to Metadata in Civil Proceedings - The Impact of the Federal Government's Recent Decision (2018) 20(8) INTLB 151
- Strong Whistleblower Laws in the Asia Pacific Region? October 2017, Paradigm - International Society of Primerus Law Firms
- Metadata in Civil Litigation: An Australian Perspective March 2017, Paradigm - International Society of Primerus Law Firms
- Enforcement of Questionable Foreign Judgments in Australia Fall 2016, Paradigm - International Society of Primerus Law Firms