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Ursula Noye

LinkedinSenior Associate

Ursula joined Holley Nethercote as a Senior Associate in 2022.  She has worked as a prosecutor and in consumer advocacy, and is experienced in litigation and consumer credit, competition and consumer and financial services laws.

Admitted to Practice

2010

Key Areas of Expertise

  • Litigation
  • Consumer Credit Law
  • Competition and Consumer Law
  • Financial Services Law

Career Achievements

  • Representing consumers before the Australian Financial Services Royal Commission, and contributing to the subsequent law and policy reform in financial services laws
  • Working within a novel and complex legislative and policy framework, and developing best practice application to breaches of serious offender orders

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws and Arts (Honours)
  • Member of the Law Council of Australia Australian Consumer Law Committee

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My Thoughts

Federal Government to remove loophole for Buy Now Pay Later providers

26 Jun 2023

The Federal Government has announced that it will move to regulate Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) providers under the National Credit Act[1].  The Hon Stephen Jones MP, Minister for Financial Services and Assistant Treasurer, flagged…

Weathering the Storm: Cybersecurity and managing information in the wake of the Optus & Medibank privacy data breaches

03 Feb 2023

Historically, businesses have kept documents to 'be on the safe side'.  But, as we now see in the wake of last year’s Optus and Medibank data breaches, this approach is not without its risks.  As we rely more…

Unconscionable conduct and sales incentives: ASIC v Select AFSL Pty Ltd (No 2)

11 Oct 2022

The recent findings of unconscionable conduct in the case of ASIC v Select AFSL Pty Ltd (No 2) [1] relate to particularly egregious conduct, which was first uncovered by the Banking Royal Commission.  The judgement…