Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Laws
Admitted as a Solicitor in New South Wales 1992
As head of Eakin McCaffery Cox Lawyers' litigation department, Mark has expertise in both big-ticket litigation and high-volume debt recovery litigation and is well versed in securities law and the Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA). He has extensive experience in corporate insolvency and Bankruptcy and has established strong relationships with insolvency practitioners and members of the Bar who specialise in insolvency matters. He acts for the Australian Financial Security Authority.
As a senior practitioner, Mark is well regarded by his clients and peers alike for his practical and outcome driven approach and his ability to analyse and break through complex issues.
What our clients (and others) say about Mark...
"In my 39 years in Insolvency, I have dealt with many and various solicitors. Mark Doble is always available to attend meetings at short notice and provide practical and quality advice. Clients on many occasions have expressed a feeling of relief upon meeting him."
John Vouris, Partner, Lawler Partners
"Mark represented Deutsche Bank at related creditors meetings and impressed us with his legal knowledge and demeanour and commerciality . . . We engaged Mark to act for us in relation to the very complicated administration of the Bankrupt Estate of Livingstone. We have been most impressed with his conduct of this file . . ."
John Sheahan, Partner, Sheahan Lock Partners
"He has handled our several matters in a totally professional (and totally successful) manner . . .either through appearances at Court or as a joint effort at several negotiating tables where obstacles had to be understood and overcome."
Peter Rodgers, Consultant, Rodgers Reidy
"Thank you for the helpful and courteous approach you took in this matter - while clients may have their differences I have never understood why lawyers need to perpetuate them and it is always a pleasure to deal with someone who helps rather than hinders the resolution." Solicitor for the opposing party in an insolvency transaction
Mark has been a partner at Eakin McCaffery Cox Lawyers since 2005. Before that he was a Senior Associate at Deacons (now Norton Rose), working in commercial dispute resolution, litigation and insolvency and prior to that, a Senior Associate in the Sydney office of Middletons Moore & Bevins (now K&L Gates).