Gabrielle Albert

Senior Associate

With more than five years’ experience in the commercial and commercial litigation space, Gabrielle’s practice is characterised by her solutions-focused approach.

Gabrielle has successfully managed the preparation of large scale, complex, multi-partied, document intensive class actions involving hundreds of group members and numerous experts in both the Supreme and Federal Courts. In this capacity, Gabrielle worked closely with group members, the legal team, and third-party funders to secure multi-million dollar settlements.

Gabrielle has experience assisting clients in partnership and shareholder disputes, as well as debt recovery. Gabrielle has also been involved in assisting corporate clients with pre-listing acquisitions, post-listing mergers and restructuring.

Mar 31, 2021

INSIGHT: How the changing definition of “consumer” under the Australian Law may affect you

From 1 July 2021, the monetary threshold for determining whether a person (or business) acquires goods or services as a “consumer” under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) is set to increase from $40,000 to $100,000. Currently, under the ACL, the definition of a “consumer” is a person (or business) who acquires goods or services if: […]

Mar 30, 2021

INSIGHT: Statutory Demands – back to being an effective means of collecting debt from a corporate debtor

What is a Statutory Demand? A statutory demand is an efficient and inexpensive legislative tool enabling creditors to demand payment of a debt that is due and payable to it by a company debtor. Importantly, it is the first step in the process of having a liquidator appointed by the Court to wind-up the company […]