He acts for a range of public and private clients in Australia and overseas across various industry sectors, including technology and internet, retail, property development and construction, and pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from The University of Melbourne, Jeremy joined Arnold Bloch Leibler as an articled clerk in 2008 and was appointed a senior associate in 2012.
Jeremy was first ranked by Chambers Asia Pacific in 2015 as an ‘associate to watch’ in Corporate/M&A, having been identified by several sources as a technically skilled and commercially insightful senior associate who provides “accurate advice highly responsively”. In 2016, Jeremy was again ranked by Chambers Asia Pacific for Corporate/M&A, with sources valuing him as an “astute, sensible and practical adviser”. In 2017, Chambers Asia Pacific ranked Jeremy as the only ‘associate to watch’ in Corporate/M&A throughout Australia, with Jeremy attracting praise for his “clear, succinct advice” and flexible engagement with client requirements.
In 2017 Jeremy was selected by his peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers® International list for Australia for his work in Equity Capital Markets Law.
Jeremy was also recognised in Legal Media Group’s Rising Stars 2015 Expert Guides publication for Corporate/M&A in Australia, and again in Rising Stars 2016 Expert Guides publication for Corporate/M&A/Private Equity.
Jeremy was selected as a finalist for ‘Senior Associate of the Year’ and is a member of the corporate and commercial group that won ‘Transaction Team of the Year’ at the 2015 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards.
Jeremy is currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Melbourne Business School.
Jeremy’s practice focuses on the following areas:
- listed public companies;
- public takeovers and mergers;
- public and private capital raisings, including initial public offerings;
- private business acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures; and
- general commercial and corporate advice.