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Clerk: List A



Daniel Snyder has a general commercial law practice, with a particular focus on matters involving corporations, insolvency & reconstruction, equity, banking & financial services, and trade practices law. Daniel regularly appears both led and unled in superior courts throughout Australia. Daniel has extensive experience in class actions. 


Daniel has repeatedly been recommended in Doyles Best Barristers Guide in both the ‘Litigation & Dispute Resolution’ and ‘Insolvency & Restructuring’ categories for Victoria. He is also a former contributing author of Bankruptcy Law and Practice (LexisNexis).


Prior to joining the bar, Daniel was a senior associate at Arnold Bloch Leibler in its Litigation Group. In 2009/10, Daniel was associate to the Honourable Justice Finkelstein of the Federal Court of Australia. 


A selection of cases in which Daniel has recently appeared include:


  • Re ACN 004 410 833 Ltd (formerly Arrium Ltd) (In Liq) [2021] NSWSC 799

  • Hewlett Packard Pty Ltd v Subasic [2021] ACTCA 3 (and at first instance: [2020] ACTSC 2)

  • ASIC v RI Advice Group Pty Ltd (2020) 148 ACSR 1

  • Impiombato v BHP Group Ltd (2020) 143 ACSR 301

  • ISG Management Pty Ltd v Mutch (2020) 385 ALR 146 (and at first instance: [2020] FCA 362)

  • Shaw v Official Trustee in Bankruptcy Vic 1697/14/1 of Australian Financial Security Authority [2020] FCAFC 136

  • Yeo v Freeman (2018) 55 VR 334

  • Hall v Slater and Gordon Ltd [2018] FCA 2071

  • Rambaldi v Meletsis, Karas (Bankrupt) [2018] FCA 791

  • Re Atwell & Co Pty Ltd (In Liq) [2017] VSC 683

  • Yeo v Dannysam Pty Ltd [2017] VSC 447


Admitted to the Legal Profession: 

18 Apr 2007


Signed Victorian Bar Roll:

16 May 2013



LLB (Hons); BComm (Melb)


Previous occupation:

Senior associate and solicitor, Arnold Bloch Leibler, 2011-12; Associate to the Honourable Justice Finkelstein , 2009-10; Solicitor and articled clerk, Mallesons Stephen Jaques, 2006-09


Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.