Lily Johnson

+ 61 3 8825 4800
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Lawyer

Lily has comprehensive experience in commercial litigation including general commercial disputes, building & construction matters, leasing and property disputes, debt recovery & insolvency, bankruptcy, criminal law and dispute resolution.

She has appeared and instructed in all Victorian jurisdictions including the Magistrates’ Court, County Court, Supreme Court, Federal Court and VCAT in a variety of legal matters. She also has experience instructing on interstate matters in South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Lily focuses on obtaining the best possible commercial outcome for her clients by familiarising herself with their objectives whilst always striving to ensure her clients’ expectations are met.

Significant matters

  • Acted in a Federal Court administrative review appeal involving decisions made by the Australian Community Pharmacy Authority and the Federal Health Minister’s Office.
  • Acted for liquidators in large voidable transaction claims.
  • Acted for and advised an earth excavation company in a dispute regarding a large-scale industrial construction site.

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