Kylie is a member of the Melbourne Dispute Resolution and Litigation Group and has acted for a range of corporate and individual clients in all Victorian courts and the Federal Court. Kylie acts on behalf of clients in disputes across a number of industries and is well-versed in the financial services, resources and agribusiness sectors.
Having practiced for over 10 years, Kylie also has experience in the jurisdictions of Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland and has been involved in a variety of corporate crime and regulatory matters involving ASIC, the ACCC and IBAC.
Kylie regularly acts for companies and individuals in ASIC investigations and prosecutions, including advising in respect of compliance with notices issued under s33 of the ASIC Act and evidence at s19 examinations.
In addition to traditional litigation methods, Kylie is an advocate of, and has actively participated in, all varieties of alternative dispute process and where possible is committed to the early resolution of disputes.
Kylie’s areas of practice include:
Large scale litigation, contract law, equity and trusts, property disputes, professional negligence, injunctions, freezing orders.
Foreign bribery, insider trading, fraud, IBAC investigations, Royal Commissions.
Acting on behalf of administrators and liquidators, unfair preference claims, statutory demands, winding up applications, insolvent trading.
Directors duties, shareholder oppression claims, disclosure actions, ASIC investigations.
Misleading and deceptive conduct claims, ACCC enquiries and undertakings, Consumer Credit Code, Horticulture Code.
Since being admitted to practice Kylie has been involved in a number of high profile proceedings in both the civil and criminal spheres.
Kylie was actively involved in the successful defence of an individual who had been prosecuted as part of a price fixing case initiated by the ACCC and is currently part of a team defending an individual in the first Commonwealth bribery prosecution. Kylie recently represented a number of directors in a complex and high-profile shareholder class action and has also acted on behalf of companies, unions and individuals at royal commissions and public examinations.
Kylie acts for, and provides advice to, liquidators and administrators and has represented parties in numerous unfair preference actions and insolvent trading claims.
Kylie also has extensive experience in all facets of dispute resolution including initiating and defending injunctive proceedings, managing large scale litigation and electronic discovery, acting as an independent solicitor overseeing the execution of anton pillar orders and briefing and analysing expert evidence.
Kylie is passionate about acting in pro bono matters and regularly represents asylum seekers and people in need who are unable to access legal services.
16 Feb 21 to 07 Dec 21
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our webinar series designed for port and terminal owners and operators. These webinars will provide insights on the current trends and issues that matter to you. Now more than ever ports are vital nodes in an increasingly complex web of trade routes that span the globe. COVID 19 is forcing most of us to reconsider how we do things, and ports are no exceptions. This series will look at how Australian ports might navigate the challenges and opportunities posed by 2020, and how 2021 might be their most interesting year ever.
20 Apr 21 to 23 Nov 21
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our 2021 Queensland Government webinar series which we have tailored specifically for lawyers working within Queensland Government departments, statutory bodies and authorities and government-owned corporations in Queensland. These monthly seminars will offer you insights, updates and practical tips from our experts on topics which we consider to be particularly relevant for lawyers acting in the Queensland public sector this year.
12 Oct 21
From health crises and vessel casualties to cyber-attacks, ports regularly find themselves responding to incidents over which they do not have complete control or responsibility. Despite this, port owners and operators have a critical role to play in managing such issues for themselves, port users and public stakeholders. We take a look at how port owners and operators might approach the preparation and management of these issues and their aftermath. We will also look at how emerging technologies like block chain provide new opportunities for collaboration and increased efficiency.