Partner | Accredited Dispute Resolution Specialist NSW

Jenny Li

Partner | Accredited Dispute Resolution Specialist NSW

Jenny Li

Jenny Li exemplifies legal distinction, her career characterised by vast experience in commercial litigation and a profound understanding of general business law. Her qualifications are robust, underlined by her accreditation as a Dispute Resolution specialist by the Law Society of New South Wales, a testament to her expertise in navigating complex legal disputes. Jenny’s legal practice encompasses a wide range of disciplines, not limited to corporate law, contracts, equity and trusts, real estate law, intellectual property, competition and consumer law, immigration, administrative law appeals, bankruptcy, and insolvency law. Her qualifications to practise in the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales, along with a Legal Profession Qualification Certificate from the People’s Republic of China, establish her as a formidable presence in the legal profession.

Jenny’s litigation portfolio is distinguished by her representation of clients in high-profile commercial litigations before both the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Her strategic prowess in the courtroom has consistently resulted in favourable outcomes for her clients, showcasing her ability to adeptly manage both trial advocacy and settlement negotiations. Jenny’s expertise is not confined to litigation; she is also a trusted adviser on legal matters relating to the operational and transactional needs of businesses across various sectors such as real estate development, construction, financial services, hospitality, media, and professional services. Her clientele is impressively varied, including Australian public companies, a renowned Taiwanese beverage franchise, and several Chinese multinational trading and manufacturing companies.

A distinguished aspect of Jenny’s career is her specialisation in intellectual property law, a field in which she holds a Ph.D. degree with a focus from Macquarie University Law School. Her role extends beyond legal practice to mentoring and teaching, where she shares her expertise on intellectual property protection, transactions, and litigation. Jenny’s advocacy in intellectual property disputes before the Federal Court of Australia further underscores her expertise and commitment to this specialised area.

Jenny’s litigation experience is vast, covering a wide array of legal challenges including equity, real property, common law matters in the Supreme Court of NSW, cross-border disputes, defamation, corporate law, bankruptcy, insolvency, and restructuring. Moreover, her transactional expertise is equally notable, with significant achievements in conducting due diligence for IPOs, negotiating franchise agreements for international brands, and facilitating high-end property transactions in compliance with Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) regulations.

In detailing Jenny Li’s professional journey, it is clear that her legal acumen, strategic approach to litigation and transactions, and dedication to her clients’ best interests have positioned her as a leader in her field. Her contributions to the legal profession, through both her practice and educational endeavours, reflect a commitment to excellence and a deep understanding of the complexities of the law.


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Jenny Li

Partner | Accredited Dispute Resolution Specialist NSW

Contact

0449 927 777
Level 11, 97/99 Bathurst St, Sydney NSW 2000

Areas of Expertise

Dispute Resolution
Commercial Litigation

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