Lindsay Houghton is a commercial dispute resolution lawyer based in Sydney.
Lindsay is an experienced litigator with a broad range of expertise. He has been involved in commissions of enquiry, disputes relating to banking and foreign exchange, contractual and commercial disputes, corporate disputes and applications, energy and infrastructure disputes, disputes relating to aspects of the pharmaceutical industry, disputes relating to trusts and estates, property disputes, trade practices and competition law and valuation.
Lindsay has particular expertise in distribution, franchising and branding disputes, regulatory disputes and enquiries, court applications involving various chapters of the Corporations Act and electricity industry disputes and enquiries. He has expertise in and encourages the use of electronic document management systems and functionalities to achieve economies of scale and efficiencies.
In addition to commercial litigation primarily in Federal Courts and State Supreme Courts, Lindsay has been involved arbitrations and in the mediation of many disputes both before and after litigation has commenced in which he has used his commercial experience as well as various alternative dispute resolution techniques to achieve satisfactory and economic outcomes.
Lindsay has acted for Australia Post, Avery Dennison, Country Energy, Dairy Farmers, Darrell Lea, Dymocks Group, Ideal Image Corporation Inc, Kahala Corp, Pandora Jewellry, Rural Press and Veolia.
Lindsay has given a number of presentations on topics including franchising issues, contractual obligations and business ethics.
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