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Felicia Quagliata


Senior Associate - Brisbane

Areas of Expertise

Dispute Resolution & Litigation


Felicia is a Senior Associate in our Dispute Resolution and Litigation team specialising in corporate and commercial disputes and insolvency, regulatory, administrative law and privacy matters.


Felicia’s experience includes advising:

  • a mining company in unique Land Court compensation proceedings arising from special purpose legislation enacted by the Queensland Parliament
  • parties in a large, complex mining joint venture dispute in the Queensland Supreme Court
  • an international mining company in a dispute against a rail operator arising from rail construction and access contracts
  • a government authority in administrative law proceedings in the Federal Court concerning privacy and freedom of information decisions
  • minority shareholders in winding up-applications on ‘just and equitable’ grounds and on grounds of shareholder oppression
  • parties in relation to debt recovery and enforcement proceedings, including statutory demand disputes and winding-up in insolvency proceedings
  • a magic circle law firm in the UK on commercial, regulatory and employment matters, investigations and proceedings
  • a high street bank in the UK on a significant voluntary remediation project investigating the actions of a specific division of the bank established following the financial crisis.


06 September 2023 - Knowledge

ACCC brings Qantas back down to ground for allegedly advertising cancelled flights

#Competition & Consumer Law

Qantas is now boarding the ACCC’s service to the Federal Court following allegations the airline advertised and sold tickets for more than 8,000 flights that had already been cancelled.

21 June 2022 - Knowledge

From the guest room to the dog house, ACCC brings action against Airbnb

#Competition & Consumer Law

The ACCC has instituted proceedings against Airbnb for breaking house rules by misleading consumers into believing the prices for accommodation displayed on its booking platform were in Australian dollars, when in fact those prices were in US dollars.