Litigation Lending is proud to announce the appointment of two new litigation managers. Welcome to Manit Oberoi and Siobhan Moore who join LLS as Litigation Managers.

Ms Oberoi brings more than eight years of experience in the insolvency industry to Litigation Lending, having worked at a global accounting firm as well as a private legal practice specialising in commercial litigation and insolvency. She has particular experience acting for insolvency practitioners, individuals and companies in actions concerning breaches of duty and voidable transactions under the Corporations Act, as well as general contractual disputes.

Ms Moore is a legally-qualified insurance professional with more than a decade’s experience handling complex, multi-party and high-value litigation for listed companies, government agencies and other professional firms. Prior to joining Litigation Lending, Siobhan worked at a large insurance company as a Senior Claims Adjuster and before that as a private practice lawyer.

Stuart Price, CEO of Litigation Lending said, “Litigation Lending is expanding rapidly and our growth outlook is very healthy. Manit and Siobhan are strong appointments that bolster our capability to assess and qualify a growing pipeline of potential matters, and manage new actions that come into our portfolio.”

The link to their respective LinkedIn profile’s are below:

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