is a partner in Gilbert + Tobin’s Disputes + Investigations group and has broad experience in advising on native title, environment, planning and other land access issues and Freedom of Information issues. He has achieved positive outcomes for his clients in relation to several native title and access matters, including in groundbreaking cases such as Thaluntha v Citic Pacific  WASC196. Marshall was the counsel for the successful party in the first determination that an act would not be performed under the Native Title Act 'right to negotiate' process.
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