Amy’s friendly and professional manner allows her to connect with clients and gain an insight into their commercial needs. She works to get to know them personally and professionally, enabling her to deliver advice and product that meets each individual client’s needs and expectations.
Amy has a broad practice in commercial litigation including business and financial disputes, civil disputes, construction matters and general dispute resolution.
Amy enjoys working with clients across a myriad of industries including the financial sector, construction industry, the retail and wholesale space, real estate, motorsport and horse racing, and travel and tourism.
• Acted in a high profile federal court misleading and deceptive conduct matter following the Royal Commission into the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry
• Acted in a multi-million dollar Building and Construction Industry Security of Payments Act claim
• Acting in a directors’ and shareholders’ dispute for a large scale retail and wholesale company with many subsidiary companies and property assets
• Acting in an interstate large scale and protracted contractual dispute in the motorsport industry
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