Practice Areas

Litigation Lawyers

Your local litigation lawyers in Sydney with extensive experience representing clients at all stages of disputes in the Supreme Court and Federal Court of Australia

Expert Legal Guidance & Representation

At Mistry Fallahi, we specialise in representing clients in superior Australian courts. To do so, we leverage our comprehensive knowledge of Australian laws and market conditions and combine it with our global perspective to adopt a pragmatic and commercial approach to resolving disputes. We guide our clients through the complexities and challenges of their disputes by providing precise and timely advice about the possible outcomes, risks and benefits at each stage of the dispute.

Our Approach

Litigation is a costly and complex process and navigating it successfully requires meticulous attention to detail and strategic planning. It is for this reason that we adopt a no-nonsense, straightforward, practical, and detail-oriented approach to managing all our legal disputes, regardless of the size or complexity of the case.

Our team of litigation lawyers is well-versed in handling a range of legal matters, from complex commercial disputes to personal injury claims. We work closely with our clients to develop a comprehensive strategy that addresses their unique circumstances and goals. By combining our legal expertise with a pragmatic and results-driven approach, we strive to deliver exceptional outcomes for our clients in every case we take on.

Our Experience

Our Recent Key Cases

Highfields Australia Pty Ltd v Advanced Motor Dealers Group Pty Ltd (Receiver and Manager Appointed) [2023] NSWSC 1458

Breedon v Oosthuizen [2023] NSWSC 859

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v First Class Slate Roofing Pty Limited [2022] FCA 1093

Pittwater Marinas Pty Ltd v Blue Pearl (NSW) Pty Ltd & Ors [2022] NSWDC 289

In the matters of Earth Civil Australia Pty Ltd, RCG CBD Pty Ltd, Bluemine Pty Ltd, Diamondwish Pty Ltd and Rackforce Pty Ltd (all in liq) [2021] NSWSC 966

5G Developments Pty Ltd (in liq) v Massie, in the matter of 5G Developments Pty Ltd (in liq) [2021] FCA 791

In the matter of Fearndale Holdings Pty Ltd (in liq) (recs & mgrs apptd) [2020] NSWSC 984

In the matter of Bio Health Pharmaceuticals Pty Ltd [2020] NSWSC 1790

Fujian Xingxing Restaurant Pty Ltd v Eternity Trading Pty Ltd [2020] FCA 483

Meetfresh Franchising Pty Ltd v Ivanman Pty Ltd [2020] NSWCA 27

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions about the litigation process or how it works, please browse our frequently asked questions below. Otherwise, feel free to contact a member of our friendly team, and we’ll be happy to provide you with the information and assistance you need.

A litigation lawyer is a legal professional who specialises in representing clients in court and handling disputes that may require legal action. These lawyers are trained and experienced in navigating the court system and advocating for their client’s interests during legal proceedings
Litigation lawyers handle a wide range of cases that involve disputes and legal conflicts. These cases include civil litigation, such as contract disputes, personal injury claims, employment disputes, real estate disputes, and business litigation. They may also handle criminal defence cases, although criminal defence attorneys are a distinct subset of litigation lawyers.

Yes, there are alternatives to litigation, known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. ADR methods include mediation, arbitration, negotiation, and collaborative law. These approaches aim to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom, often more cost-effective, timely, and collaborative than traditional litigation.

At Mistry Fallahi, in addition to strategic litigation guidance and representation, we also assist in other dispute resolution methods, such as mediation, negotiation, and more.

Litigation involves resolving disputes through the court system, where parties present their cases before a judge or jury, and the court makes a final decision on the matter. Litigation can be adversarial and often involves formal legal procedures, such as discovery, motions, and trials.

On the other hand, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods offer alternatives to litigation. Mediation and arbitration, for example, involve neutral third parties who facilitate negotiations between parties or make binding decisions to resolve disputes. ADR methods typically offer more flexibility, confidentiality, and opportunities for parties to control the outcome than litigation. However, the suitability of ADR vs. litigation depends on the nature of the dispute and the parties’ preferences.

Reach Out

If you’re in need of litigation in Sydney, contact our business partner and expert attorney, Ehsan Fallahi. Reach out and schedule your initial consultation today.

Ehsan Fallahi