Emily is an experienced litigation lawyer in our Dispute Resolution and Litigation team. Emily specialises in commercial disputes generally and estate ligation.
She is skilled in drafting and providing advice in relation to a range of commercial and contractual disputes and has managed all aspects of a dispute including early negotiation, preparation of correspondence, drafting of Court documents, dispute resolution processes and assisting the client during the course of a dispute until it is resolved either by the parties or by a Court of appropriate jurisdiction.
Emily has been involved in complex litigation in the Supreme Court of Queensland and has also acted for clients in the Federal Court, Land Court, the Coroners Court of Queensland and Queensland Tribunals.
Emily is passionate about achieving the best possible outcome for her clients.
Emily has experience in a range of commercial disputes including general commercial and contract disputes, franchising disputes, estate law matters, coronial inquest, insolvency, defamation actions, and large commercial investigations.
Emily’s experience includes:
06 Dec 22
In case you missed our seminar earlier this month, our Workplace law – year in review presentation will now be available as a webinar live and on-demand. Join Canberra partner, Andrew Klein, as he provides an overview of the most important and interesting changes to legislation and cases that occurred in workplace law in 2022 (including changes in the areas of general protections, work, health and safety and psychological injuries and the introduction of the Respect@Work legislation). Andrew will particularly discuss the practical implications of these legislative changes and decisions for Commonwealth employers.
07 Dec 22
Join us for this webinar with our tax disputes specialists as they cover all the usual issues relevant to ensuring your R&D claims are allowed with a focus on evidence needed to identify core R&D activities and supporting R&D activities.
07 Dec 22
In the final webinar of our construction and infrastructure series for 2022, we present our year in review round up on the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW). During the session, partners Christine Jones and Helena Golovanoff and associate David Kang, will review the significant decisions regarding the Act from 2022, the latest adjudication statistics and throw forward to trends for 2023.