Sam L Tatarka

Admitted:
1 Mar 1982
Bar:
19 May 1983
Location:
Room 0706, Owen Dixon Chambers East,
205 William Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Sam Tatarka has extensive experience and expertise in professional negligence matters and a broad based commercial practice in the County and Supreme Courts of Victoria, the Federal Court  and equivalent courts interstate.  He gives strategic advice and representation in Alternative Dispute resolution, contractual disputes, insurance litigation and building cases. He has experience in corporations law, banking and finance, sale of business and engineering cases.

Sam appears in the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court in complex property matters and practises in all areas of the family law/de facto jurisdiction.

Sam advises lawyers in relation to their obligations under the Legal Profession Uniform Law and offers advice and assistance to those facing investigation and prosecution by the Legal Services Board and the Legal Services Commissioner.  He also acts in civil claims in VCAT’s Legal Practice and Civil Claims Lists.  He represents and advises parties in reviews before the Costs Court.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation. The information referred to above has been supplied by the barrister concerned. Neither Victorian Bar Inc nor the barrister's clerk have independently verified the accuracy or completeness of the information and neither accepts any responsibility in that regard.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Commercial Law
Common Law
Equity & Trusts
Family Law
Public Law & Administrative Law

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Sam Tatarka has extensive experience and expertise in professional negligence matters and a broad based commercial practice in the County and Supreme Courts of Victoria, the Federal Court  and equivalent courts interstate.  He gives strategic advice and representation in Alternative Dispute resolution, contractual disputes, insurance litigation and building cases. He has experience in corporations law, banking and finance, sale of business and engineering cases.

Sam appears in the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court in complex property matters and practises in all areas of the family law/de facto jurisdiction.

Sam advises lawyers in relation to their obligations under the Legal Profession Uniform Law and offers advice and assistance to those facing investigation and prosecution by the Legal Services Board and the Legal Services Commissioner.  He also acts in civil claims in VCAT’s Legal Practice and Civil Claims Lists.  He represents and advises parties in reviews before the Costs Court.