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Tasha Wolodko-Kouril

Solicitor

Biography

Tasha is a Solicitor in the Commercial Litigation and Building & Construction teams at Roberts Legal.

Tasha also has an interest in Debt Recovery and Insolvency. Tasha comes from a background of acting for the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, and brings this unique perspective and insight to her work at Roberts Legal.

Who Tasha works with

Tasha’s clients include companies, business owners, builders, contractors, and individuals. Her practice is focused on advising and assisting clients to best resolve disputes and assess commercial risks.

Approach

Tasha aims to assist her clients in avoiding expensive litigation where possible by providing accurate and timely advice to assist in managing commercial risks, and by engaging other parties at an early stage to explore amicable resolutions to disputes. Tasha places great importance on keeping her clients informed of the costs and likely costs of assisting with their legal issues.

Qualifications

Tasha has Bachelor of Laws from the University of New England. She also holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. Tasha is admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia.

 

Articles by Tasha

Disputes & Litigation
17/07/2019 by Tasha Wolodko-Kouril

Federal Court says it is Reasonably Arguable that the ATO Owes Taxpayers a Duty of Care at Common Law

Farah Custodians Pty Limited v Commissioner of Taxation (No 2) [2019] FCA 1076 In this matter, Farah Custodians Pty Limited sought leave to amend its pleadings in its claim against the Commissioner of Taxation to include claims in negligence arising from the Commissioner’s payment of tax refunds owed to Farah into a fraudulent account. The Commissioner’s […]

Property & Estates
9/07/2019 by Tasha Wolodko-Kouril

Legislation Update: The Bankruptcy Amendment Bill 2017

The Bankruptcy Amendment (Enterprise Incentives) Bill 2017 has now lapsed The controversial Bankruptcy Amendment (Enterprise Incentives) Bill 2017 officially lapsed on 1 July 2019 and as such will no longer be proceeding. If the Bill was passed, it would have had the effect of amending the Bankruptcy Act 1966 so that the default period of […]

Building & Construction Law
4/07/2019 by Tasha Wolodko-Kouril

How Courts Consider Descriptions of Work in Payment Claims & Reasons for Withholding Payment in Payment Schedules

Ensuring that you can rely on a Payment Claim or a Payment Schedule to invoke or resist the considerable force of the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) to recover payment or resist the obligation to pay is critical for any business in the building and construction industry. In this article […]

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