Through our association with boutique commercial law firm, Dowling & Noble, Assured Support can source legal advice, document drafting, review and advocacy services. Instead of engaging lawyers with no real understanding of financial services law, work with lawyers who understand the environment, the regulators and the practical issues with which you struggle.
Dowling & Noble is a boutique commercial law firm located in the Sydney CBD.
From their O’Connell Street offices, Dowling Noble provide exceptional advice, vigorous advocacy and commercial solutions to a wide range of corporate and individual clients.
Dowling & Noble’s areas of expertise include:
Financial Services Law
Corporate and personal insolvency
Banking & Finance – Securities advice and enforcement
Partnership and shareholder disputes
Dowling & Noble. +61 2 8330 6606
Robert Reinoso, BA, LLB (Hons)
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Since his admission in 2003, Robert has worked assiduously to build on his top-tier experience conducting and defending high-profile and complex commercial litigation.
He’s one of the first Australian lawyers to have successfully made an application under the Cross-Border Insolvency Act 2008 and secure a favourable judgment in a US Bankruptcy Court. He’s also a highly skilled negotiator, with a track-record of achieving exceptional settlement outcomes.
As the Principal of Dowling & Noble, Robert has built a vibrant practice focused on insolvency and restructuring, consumer and competition law, banking litigation, directors’ disputes, estate litigation and professional negligence.
Sean Graham, BA LLB
Since his admission in 1998, Sean has developed extensive experience in financial services. Through a variety of corporate roles, he’s gained the practical insights that often elude legal advisers.
Specialising in financial services law and regulation, Sean brings a commercial, practical and strategic perspective to legal and commercial problems.
As Special Counsel, Sean focuses on the needs of Licensees, advisers and financial services businesses. This includes licensing, ongoing support, regulatory engagement, change management, compliance, legislative change, workflow redesign, technology and training.