Grant Bonner is a commercial dispute resolution lawyer based in Sydney. He leads the practice's regulatory contentious litigation team.
Grant’s practice focuses on the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, company law and Corporations Act, regulatory investigations and large scale litigation and appellate matters.
He regularly advises corporations in relation to company law, directors duties, insider trading, ASX Listing Rules, disclosure and other regulatory enforcement matters including managed investment schemes under the Corporations Act, superannuation trusts under the Australian superannuation legislation and issues under the National Greenhouse & Energy Reporting Act.
Grant has also been involved in cross-border regulatory investigations involving funds maintained in Hong Kong, the Cayman Islands and Saint Lucia. He has also been involved in several bribery and facilitation matters, Independent Commission against Corruption matters in New South Wales and in the Independent State of Papua New Guinea's Leadership Tribunal, and white collar crime matters.
Grant has represented both publicly listed companies and private individuals in a number of high-profile cases.
Most of Grant’s clients operate in the financial institutions, energy, or mining sectors and include Citibank, Macquarie Bank, Perpetual Trustee, Pacific National, Thales, Goodman, NAB, HSBC, New Guinea Energy, Thorn Group and Acciona.
Grant has been recognised in Best Lawyers since 2012 for alternative dispute resolution and litigation.
Where Grant's international work with our clients involves issues of local law, he works with Norton Rose Fulbright colleagues or independent local counsel in the relevant jurisdictions.