Mark McKillop is a barrister at the Victorian Bar. For his Victorian Bar website profile and contact details, click here.
Mark accepts briefs in all commercial matters, particularly in insolvency, banking, corporations, property and taxation litigation.
Mark has 15 years experience in insolvency and banking and finance.
Before coming to the bar in 2008, Mark was a Senior Associate at Minter Ellison in its commercial disputes group practising principally in insolvency, banking and commercial matters. Whilst at Minter Ellison, as a secondee, he managed the NSW and ACT legal group of the National Australia Bank in 2005, advising the Bank’s recoveries and workouts team. In 2007 he was seconded on a part-time basis to Primelife, a major retirement village provider, resolving its exposure to a series of insolvent managed investment schemes.
As a barrister Mark has appeared in commercial matters regarding winding up and bankruptcy, personal liability of insolvency practitioners, remuneration approval applications, preference and uncommercial transaction claims, cross border insolvency orders, mortgage enforcement and recovery, guarantee enforcement, managed investment schemes, caveat applications, s146 disputes, mareva injunctions and taxation matters.
Mark is an active member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association and is the immediate past President of the Insolvency Practitioners Association Melbourne CBD forum.
As well as appearing in matters, Mark regularly accepts briefs to advise including direct briefs from insolvency practitioners and others.
Mark is also experienced in industrial matters.
For a list of recent cases and publications click here.
Mark is admitted in the Federal Court, Victoria and New South Wales.