Roxana Carrion

Clayton Utz
Special Counsel Sydney

An adept litigator who offers extensive experience in diverse commercial litigation areas. Roxana excels in aiding clients in risk reduction and employs alternative dispute resolution methods like mediations and arbitrations, earning commendation for her client-centered approach, efficient project management, and clear communication throughout legal proceedings.

Notable Work
  • Sydney Local Health District: acting in relation to proceedings in the Supreme Court of NSW arising from the proposed development of a private hospital at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital campus.
  • Sunnyfield Disability Services: acting in relation to the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.
  • A former minister: acted in relation to the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia: acted in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.
  • Noble Group: acted in relation to a mining royalty stream dispute brought by Oceltip Pty Ltd in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
  • Count Financial: acting in a class action proceeding before the Federal Court in relation to alleged breaches of the ASIC Act, Australian Consumer Law and Corporations Act.
  • Australian law firm: acted in relation to shareholder disputes.
  • Former CEO and CFO of Dick Smith Holdings Ltd: acted in relation to three sets of proceedings brought by the receivers and the groups of class action plaintiffs over the collapse of Dick Smith.
  • Healthscope Group: acted in two Supreme Court proceedings concerning allegations of breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of directors' duties.
  • Australian Accounting firm: acted in relation to alleged breaches of partnership and fiduciary obligations by a former partner.
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia: acted on the delivery of its Open Advice Review Program, the largest customer focused remediation program of its kind in Australia.
  • Merrill Lynch: acted against allegations of misleading and deceptive conduct in proceedings in relation to the sale of a mining business.
  • Acted in relation to disputes between a high-net worth individual and business partners of a radiology practice, including successfully defending proceedings in the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
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