Jesse Iliopoulos

Senior Associate

Jesse has worked on a number of significant cases in the ACT in recent years, and is recognised in the jurisdiction for regularly advocating for clients in contentious matters, and for his versatile approach to litigation.

His insurance litigation practice is focused on managing CTP, public liability, catastrophic injuries, workers compensation, institutional abuse, medical negligence and motor and recovery claims.

He regularly advises clients in public liability claims including in multi-defendant construction litigation, ‘dog-bite’ claims and claims against owners corporations and strata managers.

He also advises private clients on commercial litigation and recoveries and regularly appears in the Units Titles jurisdiction in the ACT.

Jesse has a strong knowledge of the NSW CTP Insurance Scheme and the ACT based Motor Accident Injuries (MAI) and Workers Compensation Schemes in addition to significant experience advising government clients on federally based administrative review schemes.

Jesse is a member of the Law Society of ACT Civil Litigation Committee, and a Review Committee Panel Member for Legal Aid ACT.

Nov 27, 2023

INSIGHT: Case Note | When to Play the Blame Game: Allegations of Contributory Negligence in the ACT – Wilson v Australian Capital Territory [2023] ACTSC 287

Wilson v Australian Capital Territory [2023] ACTSC 287 The Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory has dismissed an application by the plaintiff to strike out aspects of the Territory’s defence, pleading contributory negligence in circumstances where a breach of duty of care had previously been admitted with no reference to contributory negligence during pre-litigation. […]