Tricia Hobson is an insurance and litigation lawyer based in Sydney. She is the leader of our Australian and Asian insurance practice, Australian Chair and Global Vice Chair of Norton Rose Fulbright.
She is a leading Australian class action lawyer accountable for leadership, strategy and negotiations for three of the largest class actions in Australia.
Tricia advises both local and London insurers on complex coverage disputes and acts as lead defence counsel on class actions and difficult/multi-party litigation, predominantly in the financial services and construction industries.
She has acted in many high profile, complex directors and officers disputes, as well as a range of other insurance matters including professional indemnity, warranty & indemnity, cyber risk and product development, ASIC related actions, director and board matters and regulatory compliance matters, and has represented clients in significant Supreme and Federal Court proceedings.
- Bachelor of Laws, University of New South Wales
- Bachelor of Science (Physics and Mathematics), University of New South Wales
- Company Directors Course, AICD
Rankings and recognitions
- Band 1 practitioner in Insurance Law, Chambers Global
- Leading insurance litigator, APL500
- Leading Female Lawyer – Euromoney LMG Women in Business Law 2013
- Finalist for Euromoney LMG Women in Business Law Awards 2014
Blockchain is set to be a major disruptive technology in the financial services sector. Risk & Regulation continues to be the #1 concern of all in-house counsel..
October 27, 2016
Mandatory data breach notification on the agenda again, what organisations and agencies should be aware of now..
September 05, 2016
Product governance and intervention powers | Digital disruption | Hong Kong: Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Ordinance | Insurance Companies (Amendment) Bill 2014.
May 02, 2016
APAC head of insurance Tricia Hobson discusses what the changing face of the insurance market means for lawyers..
May 23, 2016
Norton Rose Fulbright appoints new chair of its Australian Partnership Council.
May 18, 2016