Senior Investment Manager
Nathan Landis is an Investment Manager based in Omni Bridgeway’s Perth office, responsible for due diligence and managing funded cases.
Nathan joined Omni Bridgeway from the Western Australia Bar where his practice focussed on dispute resolution in the resources sector. In 2015, he was recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a recommended Barrister for Dispute Resolution in Western Australia.
Nathan was previously a counsel at Clifford Chance where he worked on large commercial disputes, international arbitration matters and cross-border litigation matters. A Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, he has appeared in a range of courts and tribunals in Australia and the Middle East.
Having served in the Australian Defence Force for over 20 years, Nathan currently serves as a legal officer in the Army Reserve. In his military career, he has appeared in military discipline proceedings and provided advice on a range of operational, administrative and military discipline matters.
Nathan holds Bachelor degrees in Law and Arts from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law, Australia and a Graduate Diploma in Military Law from the Australian National University. He is also a Graduate of the AICD Company Directors Course and is recognised In Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Third Party Funding 2020 and 2021 guide.
- Co-author. Dispute Funding and the Energy Sector, Arbitration in the International Energy Industry. Globe Law and Business. March 2019.
- Author. Legal Professional Privilege in the Third Party Funding Context. Journal of Civil Procedure (2019) 8 JCivLP 31.
- Author. Dispute resolution increasing in the Middle East as economies reform. IMF Bentham Blog. 8 July 2019.
- Author. Third Party Dispute Finance of Arbitrations in the Energy Sector. Brief (Magazine of the Law Society of Western Australia), Vol 45, No 7. August 2018.
- Litigation Funding in Africa. GRM Intelligence. 4 November 2020. Virtual.
- Third party funding in international arbitration trends and perspectives from Asia-Pacific. Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Australia) Limited (CIArb Australia) Annual International Arbitration Conference. 13 October 2020.
- International Arbitration and States. Joint Federal Court of Australia and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Seminar Series. 25 February 2020. Australia.
- The changing world of dispute finance part 2 – where to next? IMF podcast series. 9 April 2019. Podcast.
- The changing world of dispute finance part 1 – where it all began. IMF podcast series. 9 April 2019. Podcast.
- Presentation: Funding Your Claim to a Successful Conclusion. Al Tamimi & Company. 19 November 2018. Dubai, UAE.Arbitrator Disclosure. ICC. 14 November 2018. Dubai, UAE.
- Presentation. Al Tamimi & Company. 19 November 2018. Dubai, UAE.
- Third-party funding. Darwin Arbitration Symposium. 24 October 2018. Darwin, NT.
- Class Actions in Australia. Governance Institute of Australia. 22 May 2018. Perth, WA.
- Privilege in the context of Third Party Litigation Funding. Litigation Finance Journal. 19 April 2018. Podcast.
- Third Party Funding of Arbitrations in the Energy Sector. Law Society of Western Australia. 27 March 2018. Perth, WA.
- Arbitration Issues. CIArb Arbitration Week. 21 November 2017. Australia.