Name: Tony Troiani
Qualifications: LLB (Hons) BSc (Hons)
Organisation: King & Wood Mallesons
Immediation Practice Area: Mediation, arbitration and Expert Determination
I am a Partner at King Wood & Mallesons in the litigation and dispute resolution team. I am an experienced litigator with some 31 years of practice (22 years as a partner). I have acted in all manner of financially distressed situations including liquidation, provisional liquidation, receivership, mortgagee in possession, voluntary administration, deeds of company arrangement, schemes of arrangement, informal workouts and a range of matters associated with corporate restructurings and insolvencies.
My work otherwise involves strategic and cost-effective commercial dispute resolution, including litigation in all court jurisdictions, negotiation and mediation. I practise in a wide variety of areas which include banking, contract disputes, professional negligence, partnership disputes and corporate regulation. I was named the Best Lawyers' 2013 Melbourne Insolvency and Reorganization Lawyer of the Year. I have also been continuously identified, over the past 10 years, as a leader in my fields by the other independent legal surveys (IFLR 1000, APL 500 and Chambers Global Guide).
I am a member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Australia and the Law Council of Australia (Business Law Section).
I joined the Immediation Panel because I truly believe that sustainable dispute resolution requires the parties to have a safe environment in which to responsibly ventilate their points of view, to respectfully hear the other view, and to find their own middle ground.
Immediation Area of Expertise
- Banking and Finance (banking, bankruptcy and insolvency, consumer credit, financial instruments, financial regulation, insurance, mortgages, Personal Property Securities Register, reinsurance).
- Common law and professional regulation (negligence, professional negligence, torts).
- Corporate and commercial (advertising, agency, ASIC, automotive, consumer credit, consumer protection, contracts, corporations, directors’ duties, energy resources and mining, equipment finance, franchising, joint ventures, misleading advertising, misleading and deceptive conduct/fraud, partnership, product liability, securities regulation, shareholder remedies, unconscionable conduct).