Alicia Murray is a commercial litigator with over 15 years experience in large-scale commercial disputes. 

Alicia practice includes regulatory disputes and investigations, restructuring and insolvency matters and general commercial disputes including construction disputes. Alicia co-leads our New Zealand Restructuring team.

Alicia has particular experience in matters involving competition law, Financial Markets Conduct Act, Fair Trading Act, Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act and the Protected Disclosure Act. 
She has advised clients on regulatory investigations commenced by agencies including the Commerce Commission and the Financial Markets Authority, and defended clients in proceedings commenced by those agencies.

Alicia has considerable experience acting for, and advising clients on, the contentious aspects of restructuring and insolvency, including applications for liquidation, advice on voidable transactions and claims against directors, and debt recovery.  Alicia is the co-head of the firm's New Zealand Restructuring and Insolvency Practice.

Alicia's practice also includes a wide variety of commercial litigation, including contractual disputes, advice to clients about the interpretation of contracts, potential remedies or enforcement options available for breach of contract, and termination of contracts, including in respect of construction contracts.  

Alicia has appeared in court, as well as in meditations, arbitrations, and judicial settlement conferences. She has also provided advice and training seminars on compliance issues, including in relation to competition law, bribery and corruption, fair trading, and anti-money laundering.

Alicia is President of the Auckland Women Lawyers' Association and is committed to striving for gender equality within the legal profession.