Sarah is a partner in our Dispute Resolution & Litigation practice.
Sarah has over 15 years’ experience acting in large scale and complex commercial disputes. Her particular interests are in disputes relating to defective building works.
Sarah is also passionate about Holding Redlich’s pro bono practice and has recently acted in pro bono matters including on behalf of refugees from Nauru seeking entry to Australia as transitory persons under the Medevac legislation.
Sarah is an avid weekend warrior who spends her free time cycling and running the streets of Brisbane and elsewhere.
Sarah is an experienced litigator. Her considerable commercial experience includes appearing personally for clients in Tribunals, mediations and settlement conferences as well as instructing senior and junior counsel in complex litigation in both state and federal jurisdictions. She has recently been involved in one of Queensland’s longest Supreme Court trials.
Sarah has a depth of experience in managing large scale and complex commercial disputes and she has proven to clients her ability to quickly analyse matters, determine critical strategic issues and advise on how these issues may impact her client’s end goal.
Some examples of the recent disputes that Sarah has been involved in include:
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
21 Jul 20
Please join Construction & Infrastructure partner, Scott Alden, associates, Victoria Gordon and Krishneel Kumar, and lawyer Andrew Morello, as they discuss everything you need to know about the electronic execution of deeds and documents by individuals and companies.
28 Jul 20
In this webinar, Paul Venus, Holding Redlich Queensland Managing Partner and Chris Cook, Partner of Worells Solvency & Forensic Accountants will outline how business owners and their advisors can get some confidence—when possible—beyond the crisis that the business will not be derailed by legacy debt.