Hogan-Doran wins for Hyundai 100% security plus interest for enforcement of Singapore arbitral award:
Hyundai Engineering & Steel Industries Co Ltd v Alfasi Steel Constructions (NSW) Pty Ltd  FCA 1054
Hogan-Doran named in four categories in Doyle’s Guide 2018
Justin Hogan-Doran is a senior barrister with 16 years’ experience at the Australian Bar. He is recognised in Doyle’s Guide as a leading counsel in four separate practice areas – Litigation (2018), Transport (2017, 2018, 2019,2020), Construction (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020) and Arbitration (2017, 2018,2019). He has been recognised since 2009 in Best Lawyers® in Australia in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Shipping & Maritime, and was named ‘Lawyer of the Year’ in Shipping and Maritime 2019.
Justin is regularly briefed by interstate and foreign attorneys on cross-border litigation in arbitration, infrastructure and transport disputes.
Justin also regularly appears in arbitrations in Australia and sits as an arbitrator in transport and construction disputes, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb).
Justin was a Councillor and the Treasurer of the NSW Bar Association in 2015.
Justin is a former officer in the Australian Army. He commenced his military career as a Commando with the 1st Commando Regiment, and is a former UN Legal Officer at the War Crimes Tribunal at The Hague.
Prior to the Bar, Justin worked as a Banking & Finance Solicitor at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King+Wood Mallesons). He was also a Management Consultant in the Financial Practice area of the Boston Consulting Group in Sydney, and Chief Operating Officer of a ‘dot com’ in London. His extensive experience in business and finance makes him one of the most commercially minded counsel at the Australian Bar.
Justin is a long-time lecturer at the University of Sydney Law School in Litigation, Equity, Private International Law and Transnational Commercial Litigation (at Humboldt University, Berlin). He was the 1998-2000 Menzies Scholar to Oxford University (BCL/MPhil), where he won the John Morris Prize for Private International Law.