Andrew Sarraf

Senior Associate

Andrew regularly engages in commercial and corporate law matters and commercial and civil litigation.

Profile

Andrew is an experienced Senior Associate who engages in commercial and civil litigation, dispute resolution and commercial and corporate law matters. Andrew’s work involves intricate and unique commercial transactions and proceedings in various state and federal courts and tribunals. His clients range from publicly listed companies, subsidiaries to large international corporations, large private companies and high-net worth individuals.
Andrew’s specific interests include conducting large and complex litigation, acting in complicated transactions and providing advice on securities.

Andrew is passionate about providing pragmatic advice to clients in an effective and easy to understand way and prides himself on forging and maintaining long-term, healthy relationships with his clients, counsel, opposing solicitors and other professionals.

Background

Andrew is a graduate of La Trobe University (Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)) and Monash University (Master of Laws (LL.M) Commercial Law) where he was awarded with a high distinction for his thesis on the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth). Andrew also holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Leo Cussen Centre for Law.
In 2012, Andrew was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Victoria and the Federal Court of Australia.
Andrew practiced predominantly in commercial law and commercial and civil litigation for various firms in Melbourne prior to joining Foster Nicholson Lawyers in 2015.

Primary Areas of Practice

  • Class Actions and Representative Proceedings;
  • Commercial, Contractual and Civil Disputes;
  • Corporations Act;
  • Insolvency Matters;
  • Insurance Disputes;
  • Sales of Companies & Businesses;
  • Insolvency & Corporate Reconstructions;
  • Commercial Arbitrations.

Professional Membership

  • Law Institute of Victoria

Education

  • LL.B;
  • GDLP;
  • LL.M (Commercial Law) (Dist).
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