Matt Bryan

Matt Bryan

Special Counsel


0466 692 082
m.bryan@morrisseylaw.com.au
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Matt practices primarily in commercial litigation and dispute resolution with a particular emphasis on building and constructions disputes, insolvency and debt recovery.

While Matt’s main focus is on litigation and dispute resolution in the building and construction industry, he has significant experience in a wide range of other areas including lease and strata property disputes, commercial and consumer law, and insolvency and debt recovery, among many others.

Having honed his skills over many years, Matt’s expertise in commercial litigation is second-to-none. His clients highly value his ability to familiarise himself with their operations, analyse the situation, break down the legislation, and put it into context for each matter. It enables them to make informed decisions acting on his specialised advice.

A key member of the Morrissey Law leadership team, Matt is always willing to share knowledge and collaborate with our more junior team members, helping them thrive and grow as they progress through our Graduate Program and beyond.

A few of Matt’s many highlights include:

  • Acting in proceedings (encompassing the Industrial Court of NSW, the Court of Criminal Appeal, and the High Court) involving an alleged contravention of the Work, Health and Safety Act.
  • Acting in Supreme Court proceedings concerning a substantial claim for damages and involving the construction and interpretation of contractual terms, an implied agreement to negotiate in good faith, equitable estoppel, and misleading and deceptive conduct.
  • Acting for Respondent/Cross Claimant in Federal Court proceedings involving an alleged claim for damages exceeding $1 million and the seeking of an injunction to restrain use of alleged confidential information and reproduction of copyright material.
  • Acting in proceedings in the Land and Environment Court concerning injunctions and orders sought to restrain the carrying on of certain activities alleged to be in breach of the conditions of a development consent granted by the Council.