Jehan-Philippe Wood is an insurance and litigation lawyer based in Perth.
He joined the Perth office of Norton Rose Fulbright in February 2015 having been a Partner in the London office of Fulbright & Jaworski and then Norton Rose Fulbright.
Jehan-Philippe acts for insurers, corporates and individuals in connection with insurance coverage disputes, commercial litigation, contentious regulatory work and government and corporate investigations. He advises local and London market insurers on risks across different sectors, including general liability, professional indemnity, directors and officers and crime/fidelity risks. He has extensive experience of advising local and London insurers in connection with policy wordings and coverage disputes under financial institutions, professional indemnity and D&O insurance policies and defending claims made against professional services firms. He has represented companies and individuals in complex and high value commercial litigation, including disputes arising out of some of the most high profile matters to have affected the London financial services sector in recent years.
Jehan-Philippe is a member of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Business, Ethics and Anti Corruption Group in Australia. He advises corporates and individuals in connection with corruption and financial crime, internal and external investigations, contentious regulatory matters and litigation. His experience includes advising in connection with regulatory and professional investigations, corporate governance issues, compliance programmes and risk assessments, including emerging business and human rights risks. He has advised financial institutions, corporates and individuals in connection with a wide range of contentious regulatory matters, including investigations led by the FSA, the FCA, HMRC, the JFSC, the GFSC, the Council of Lloyd’s, the DOJ and the SEC.
Jehan-Philippe is admitted in Australia and England and Wales.