Alex is a partner in our Dispute Resolution & Litigation Group. She has over 15 years’ experience practising as a senior lawyer, specialising in commercial dispute resolution and regulatory investigations and Inquiries.
Alex regularly acts for companies and individuals in a variety of commercial litigation matters, including Court based litigation, as well as regulatory investigations and prosecutions. Alex has extensive experience in ASIC investigations and other regulatory matters. With particular expertise in Commissions of Inquiry, in 2019 Alex was appointed as a lead Partner of the Solicitors Assisting team of the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants (Lawyer ‘X’ Royal Commission).
Alex’s areas of expertise include:
Alex has significant commercial litigation experience acting for a variety of clients, from large publicly listed corporations, to small to medium enterprises and privately held family businesses and trusts.
Alex is well-versed in all forms of dispute resolution and regulatory investigations, and has substantial experience in both Victorian and Federal jurisdictions. She is an advocate for the prompt resolution of disputes both through litigation and by alternative dispute resolution processes such as mediation and expert determinations.
Alex works closely with her clients to quickly establish their needs and broader commercial objectives from the outset of any dispute, so that results can be secured in the quickest and most effective manner possible.
Alex is also recommended in Doyle's Guide as a Leading Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution Lawyer and is an accredited Family Business Australia Specialist.
Alex’s experience includes:
Appointed by the Victorian State Government as Solicitors Assisting the Royal Commission, Alex acts as a lead partner in supervising over 30 Holding Redlich staff on this major matter. The Commission is scheduled to conclude on 1 July 2020.
Supreme Court commercial dispute regarding disclaimer of a retail lease by liquidator. Alex acted for the commercial tenant applying to set aside the disclaimer and the liquidation of the landlord.
Supreme Court commercial dispute regarding specific performance of a contract for the development of land. Alex acted for the landowner Defendant.
Federal Court Application under the Corporations Act 2001 for inspection of company books and records. Alex acted for the Applicant shareholder.
Supreme Court deceased Estate dispute involving equitable action for recovery of property. Alex acted for the Defendant.
Supreme Court deceased Estate dispute. Alex acted for the Executor Defendant.
Alex acted for a superannuation trustee.
Alex acted for various AWB employees called to give evidence.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
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04 Aug 20
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05 Aug 20
Please join Construction & Infrastructure partner, Christine Jones, and planning and environment special counsel, Peter Holt, who will present on the changes to the way the NSW Government will regulate the design and construction of new apartment buildings.