Employment Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Transport & Shipping, Insurance
Ian is a skilled commercial litigation lawyer with specialist expertise in general Commercial Litigation, Insurance, Transport, Shipping and Employment Law. He is highly regarded within the marine insurance industry and has a significant number of major clients in the sector. A lawyer for more than 30 years, Ian joined Wallmans Lawyers in 2004 after heading his own practice and working as a partner at another South Australian based firm. With a strong focus on Transport Law over the past 20 years, Ian advises companies on all aspects of transportation. He has expert knowledge regarding the vagaries of the terms and conditions of transporting goods, and issues such as liability and jurisdiction.
Industrial & Employment Law, WorkCover Claims, Defamation, Discrimination, Personal Injury Claims, Public Sector Code of Conduct matters
Peter has nearly 40 years’ experience in a wide range of legal matters. Having started Moloney and Partners 30 years ago, he is proud that every one of the solicitors employed by the firm started their career here – a rarity in legal practice. Peter has a particular interest in Serious Injury Claims and all aspects of Employment Law. He is one of Adelaide’s few lawyers specialising in Public Sector Code of Conduct matters (at a Federal, State and Local Government level). Outside of the law, Peter enjoys spending time with family and friends, exercising (walking & swimming), reading (current affairs & books) and listening to music (all types). He has previously served on the Board of a community hospital for 30 years, 10 of those as Chairperson.
Employment, Industrial Relations, Insurance, Advice and representation in employment disputes, including dismissals
Sathish is the Principal in charge of the Firm’s Employment & Industrial Relations, Insurance, and Governance & Regulatory teams. By examining his clients’ specific real-world requirements and circumstances, Sathish is able to provide sound, practical insights and advice. Sathish has been named as one of Australia’s leading lawyers in Doyle’s Legal Guide for the last ten years. Based in Adelaide for many years, Sathish has navigated complex legal issues in both the public and private spheres and frequently shares his knowledge through training sessions and speaking engagements. Sathish regularly conducts and develops training programs (including for accredited qualifications), seminars and publications on numerous topics within his areas of expertise and specialisation.
Employment Disputes, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Class Action Defense, Commercial Litigation, Construction, Construction and Engineering Disputes, Employment and Labor
Nicholas is a partner in the Employment and Labour group in Adelaide. Nicholas has over 25 years’ experience as a litigator and has more than two decades of experience in both employment and insurance law, with a particular focus in life insurance. Covering both contentious and non-contentious matters, Nicholas has successfully represented his clients in the Fair Work Commission, the Federal, Federal Circuit, Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts, as well as the South Australian Employment Tribunal, South Australian Equal Opportunity Commission and Australian Human Rights Commission.
Resolve Employment Issues, Industrial Disputes And Litigation, Large Litigation Matters And Complex Investigations, Labour And Employment, Defamation
I have more than 35 years experience helping clients develop and implement successful industrial strategies and resolve employment issues. I also act as counsel in industrial litigation, and always enjoy working with clients to find practical ways to resolve disputes. I am experienced in dealing with sensitive matters relating to the care of the elderly and disadvantaged. As the head of MinterEllison’s South Australian Industrial Relations and Media team, I regularly work on some of South Australia’s largest industrial matters. I have advised government agencies on various high-profile matters.
Criminal and Disciplinary, Industrial and Employment Law, Workplace Issues and Unfair Dismissals, Criminal injuries Compensatio,n Public Liability Injury, Defamation, Media, Communications and Online law
Whether it’s a criminal, disciplinary, industrial or an injury issue, Richard Yates has the experience to navigate his clients through complex matters and get the problem sorted as quickly as possible. Richard has a particular interest on issues arising or impacting on people’s employment. One legal problem at work can touch multiple areas of law and have a broad affect on a person’s employment and personal life. As a well-rounded workplace lawyer, Richard has the diverse skills required for the most complex employment law issues. In a crisis such as unfair dismissal, discrimination, a criminal allegation or debilitating injury, Richard understands the potential implications for a person’s livelihood and endeavours to keep the process moving quickly.
Employment And Industrial Law
Simon enjoys helping clients who have been dismissed from their employment to achieve a resolution which sets them up to start looking for their next job, rather than seeing them get dragged into lengthy – and costly – legal proceedings. He is nationally recognised for his expertise in employment and industrial law and is committed to providing practical advice to enable clients to achieve excellent results without undue cost and delay in all areas of his practice. Simon completed a Bachelor’s degree in Laws and Legal Practice at Flinders University in September 2009 and is admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia and the High Court of Australia. Simon is nationally recognised for his expertise in employment and industrial law and is committed to providing practical advice to enable clients to achieve excellent results without undue cost and delay in all areas of his practice.
Employment, Personal Injury Law, Employment Disputes, Workers Compensation, Unfair Dismissals And Wages Claims, Personal Injury Work, Discrimination Law And Defamation
For over 25 years Joseph has been representing working people in a wide range of areas, but predominantly in employment and personal injury law. Most of Joseph’s practice is in relation to employment disputes, workers compensation, unfair dismissals and wages claims, but he also has extensive experience in other personal injury work, discrimination law and defamation. Joseph is a member of the Law Society of South Australia, the Australian Lawyers Alliance, the Society of Labour Lawyers (SA) Inc and the Industrial Relations Society of South Australia. Doyle’s Guide has identified Joseph as a Preeminent SA lawyer in the areas of Employment and Industrial Relations.
Employment Law (Unfair Dismissal, Worker’s Compensation, DVA, Industrial Disputes), Injury, Superannuation, Criminal Law, Traffic Law, General Law
Andrew Wright is a Partner at Boylan Lawyers who for the past two decades hasspecialised in compensation claims including becoming preeminent in the area of hearing loss claims. Andrew has also used his specialist skills in the areas of Veterans Affairs and Industrial Disputes. He in currently a member of the Industrial Relations Commitee for the Law Society of Australia. Having spent his former years as a Gunner in the Australlian Regular Army. Andrew is still an active Resserve Legal Officer in the Royal Australian Navy and holds the rank of Lieutenant.
Employment Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Injury Claims, Aboriginal Legal Advice, Workers Compensation, Discrimination, Aboriginal Land Rights & Advisinf Aboriginal Communities
Graham Harbord is one of South Australia’s most respected lawyers. While Graham practices across a wide spectrum of the law, much of his time is spent advising employees, and some employer bodies, on employment law issues. This includes unfair dismissal claims, employment contract issues, underpayment of wages, discrimination issues, bullying and harassment claims and workers compensation. Graham comes to this work with a very strong background in employment law, industrial law and workers compensation. After leaving university he worked with the PSA as an Industrial Officer. He then joined the South Australian Government’s Unit for Industrial Democracy as Legal Advisor, and subsequently became a Policy Advisor to the Government on Industrial Relations matters including representing the Government in National Wage Cases.