Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Related services and key industries
- Class actions
- Construction and engineering
- Environmental, social and governance (ESG)
- Food and agribusiness
- Human rights
- Regulation and investigations
- Securities litigation, regulation and enforcement
Key industry sectors
Abigail McGregor is a dispute resolution lawyer located in Melbourne with expertise in large scale litigation, including class actions.
Abigail advises on the implications of increasing global regulation in the areas of regulation, investigations, securities and compliance in Australia. Abigail advises clients on the introduction of appropriate policies and procedures, as well as undertaking investigations in corruption, bribery and unethical behaviour, often arising from whistleblower reports. She represents clients in regulatory investigations and prosecutions, as well as any ensuing civil litigation, including class actions. She also has experience investigating fraud and freezing assets of fraudulent employees. Commanding "a lot of respect" in the market, Chambers Asia Pacific reports that Abigail "is highly prized by clients as an "incredibly diligent" practitioner, as notable for her empathetic approach as for her legal acumen".
Abigail is a thought-leader in respect of Business and Human Rights. She advises clients in relation to how to manage the risk of human rights impacts in their operations and supply chains, as well as guiding them on corporate reporting. She has developed an online risk assessment tool to undertake supplier due diligence. Chambers Global reports that "Abigail is incredibly astute and commercial in her approach to her advice on modern slavery legislation."
Abigail's clients range across a number of industry sectors including financial institutions, agribusiness, food processing and manufacturing, construction and infrastructure, extractives and government.
Review of Australia’s Modern Slavery Act: From an obligation to report to an obligation to act
Publication | May 26, 2023
A new era for Whistleblowers in Australia
Publication | January 30, 2023
Australia's Modern Slavery Act: What businesses need to know
Resource and tool | September 26, 2022