Greg Moroney, Special Counsel, is a member of the Business & Commercial Team. He provides both commercial and litigation law advice.
Greg specialises in:
- litigation and dispute resolution;
- the National Disability Insurance Scheme;
- corporate and commercial law;
- commercial property leasing, sales, mergers and acquisitions;
- not-for-profit and the third sector; and
- private client advice.
Greg is an accredited Mediator and has strong negotiating and dispute resolution skills. He represents an interstate Government motor vehicle insurer and local insurers across a range of litigated matters. For more than 30 years, Greg represented the Nominal Defendant, a Queensland Government statutory body established as an insurer of last resort, to ensure people injured in accidents by unregistered/uninsured or unidentified motor vehicles have access to compensation.
As an experienced corporate and commercial lawyer, Greg acts for public, private sector and not-for-profit clients across a broad range of industries, commercial ventures and charitable endeavours. He provides advice to board members, CEO's and CFO's in:
- structuring and restructuring businesses;
- transitioning incorporated associations to companies limited by guarantee;
- corporate governance;
- Directors' duties;
- tax and compliance; and,
- sustainability issues.
Greg acts for commercial clients in the sale and acquisition of commercial enterprises and SMEs, property transactions, leasing and property disputes. He also acts for retailers, franchisees and master franchisors in sales, leasing, licensing issues and franchising.
With many years of experience, Greg has built long standing relationships with many of his private clientele who value his general counsel and sound advice.
Chief Justice Paul de Jersey AC, now Governor of Queensland, appointed Greg as the inaugural Chair of the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board in 2004. He continues to hold this position. Prior to this Greg was Chair of the Solicitors Board of Queensland.
Greg is also the Queensland Supreme Court's representative on the National Law Admissions Consultative Committee.
In addition, Greg is the Vice President of LifeTec Queensland Inc., a not-for-profit association connecting people and communities with assistive technology to improve independence, productivity and enhance life experience. He has served on LifeTec's Board of Management since 2005.