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Meagan Grose

About Meagan

Meagan Grose is a member of the firm’s litigation & dispute resolution group. She joined Arnold Bloch Leibler in 2010 after graduating from Monash University with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Law with Honours.

Practice focus

Meagan’s practice focuses on the following areas:
  • commercial litigation in the Victorian Supreme Court (and its Court of Appeal) and the Federal Court of Australia (and its appellate Court), including in matters regarding contractual disputes, leasing disputes and negligence claims; and
  • corporate insolvency and reconstruction, including voluntary administrations, liquidations and receiverships.

Directorships & memberships

Secretary and Committee Member of the Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre

Experience

Meagan has been involved in the following matters:

  • A major telecommunications retailer: representing and advising in respect of a contractual dispute with its wholesale provider in the Supreme Court of Victoria, as well as providing advice to the retailer in respect of compliance with various regulatory codes and consumer legislation;
  • Various private landowners and property developers: representing and advising a number of private landowners and property developers in respect of leasing and development issues;
  • Representing private companies with respect to legal compliance issues with government regulators;
  • Liquidators of Willmott: representing and advising the liquidators of the Willmott Group in respect of numerous court proceedings, including proceedings against the Willmott Growers’ Group which was ultimately heard before the High Court of Australia, and a group proceeding in the Federal Court of Australia commenced by investors in Willmott schemes;
  • Liquidators of Timbercorp: representing and advising the liquidators of the Timbercorp Group in respect of numerous court proceedings;
  • Gentra Limited: advising Gentra Limited in respect of the Bell Group proceeding; and
  • Various private and government bodies: advising private and government bodies in respect of intellectual property issues, drafting applications and correspondence to IP Australia and drafting related commercial contracts.