Mark Flint



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Mark Flint is a partner in our Canberra Office working in the area of Commercial Disputes & Insolvency.  Mark has particular expertise in the areas of commercial leasing, corporations law and insolvency, town planning, tax, intellectual property, licensed club law, building and construction, and debt recovery.

Mark commenced practice as a Commonwealth prosecutor, focusing on tax and Corporations Act offences.  He joined Clayton Utz in 1995 and in 2000 became a founding partner of Bradley Allen, an offshoot of Clayton Utz.  Mark moved to Meyer Vandenberg in 2009 with his litigation team and in March 2015 joined Mills Oakley.

Mark has undertaken high level dispute resolution work for some of Canberra’s leading businesses, including shopping centres and commercial property developers. He has extensive advocacy experience and frequently does his own appearance work particularly in ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal planning and tax matters.

Clients Mark has represented include:

  • Novion Property Group which operates the Hyperdome Shopping Centre;
  • Molonglo Group, a development company much acclaimed for its work on such sites as the historic Melbourne Building and New Acton precinct in Canberra.  Molonglo Group’s Nishi building was recently recognised as the International Project of the Year at the 2015 Building Awards in London;
  • All Homes, the foremost real estate website in the ACT and surrounding NSW.  Mark was All Homes’ lawyer from inception in 2000 to its sale to Fairfax in 2014.

Mark is the Chair of the ACT chapter of the Law Council of Australia Insolvency and Recontraction Law Committee.  He is a contributing author to ACT Civil Procedure (LexisNexis) and has co-authored a chapter in the Personal Property Securities Reporter (CCH Australia). Mark is listed as a Recommended Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution Lawyer in Canberra in Doyle’s Guide 2017.

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