Anthony specialises in commercial and public law litigation and dispute resolution.
Anthony advises a wide range of clients in both the public and private sectors on judicial review, administrative law, decision-making processes, public sector contracting and regulatory investigations. He also advises on a broad range of commercial disputes, including class actions.
Anthony joined Chapman Tripp in 2015 after completing his Bachelor of Civil Law degree at the University of Oxford, where he was awarded the Vinerian Scholarship Proxime Accessit. Previously, he worked as an employed barrister at Thorndon Chambers and as a judges’ clerk at the Court of Appeal.
- advised on claims for damages for misrepresentation and misleading and deceptive conduct under the Fair Trading Act
- appeared as junior counsel in the Supreme Court in an application to set aside an arbitration award
- advised public sector entities on decision-making processes and administrative law obligations
- advised clients on the prohibition on taking advantage of market power for an anti-competitive purpose
- appeared as junior counsel in the High Court opposing an application for representative orders
- assisted clients to engage in administrative law
processes, including Official Information Act and Regulations Review
- advised on claims arising out of the Canterbury earthquakes, and
- appeared as junior counsel in the High Court in a
judicial review challenging decisions made in the aftermath of the