Sam Duggan has broad experience appearing as counsel in commercial disputes, arbitrations and commissions of inquiry.
Sam appears often in the Supreme Court in building & construction, insolvency and corporations law matters and has appeared in many hearings in the criminal courts in relation to summary and indictable offences.
Sam has appeared as counsel for:
Cardinal George Pell before the Royal Commission.
The Liberal Party of Australia (NSW Division) and two of its office holders in Operation Spicer, ICAC’s inquiry into political donations.
An accused facing charges in proceedings before Racing NSW into the administration of cobalt to racehorses.
Persons of interest in coronial inquests including the inquest into the deaths of detainees at Villawood detention centre.
Sam has appeared in many cases including:
Esposito v Commonwealth – a constitutional law case appearing for the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife.
Appearing as junior counsel for Red Bull Australia in a sponsorship dispute with Monster Energy over the racing driver Jamie Whincup.
Appearing as junior counsel in directors’ duties litigation representation a company connected to Lord Richard Westbury.