Tabeth has extensive and diverse litigation experience acquired in Australia and in other common law jurisdictions. She is a commercially astute and well-rounded litigator who brings significant depth to the firm.
Tabeth litigates commercial disputes on behalf of private companies and high net worth clients, including in the Supreme Court of NSW and the Federal Court of Australia. Tabeth is also experienced in the class action space and has acted for numerous clients across several significant class actions in Australia.
Tabeth’s international experience includes representing government departments and corporate and individual clients. Tabeth was part of a team that advised high ranking government officials, such as, the Provincial Premier; Provincial Ministers and Heads of Departments (including in matters reported in the media). Tabeth has strong advocacy skills which she has developed through her appearances on behalf of clients in Court in international trials.
Tabeth has utilised her analytical and technical skills to obtain a Masters of Law (Corporate Law) degree. Her LLM research examined the effects of cartel conduct and whether the immunity extended to directors under The Competition Commission’s Corporate Leniency Policy provided adequate protection against criminal and civil liability.