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About Bridget

Bridget Little leads Arnold Bloch Leibler’s workplace advisory practice. Her practice involves advising public and private companies on a broad range of employment matters, with a focus on employment disputes, strategic employee engagement, complex restructures and employment issues in commercial transactions.

Bridget has worked on a number of high profile matters including multi-faceted and sensitive restructures, employment litigation in state and federal jurisdictions and strategic industrial relations disputes and negotiations. She works with clients across the finance, retail, health, construction, energy and resources and not-for-profit sectors.

She is regarded for her practical, clear and commercial advice on all aspects of workplace and employment law. 

Bridget joined Arnold Bloch Leibler in June 2014 having previously worked with Allens’ commercial litigation team and in-house with the Victorian Department of Education and Training.  She was appointed to partner in 2018.  

Bridget graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws with Honours, and is currently completing her Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne.

“I found Bridget to be a patient and intelligent listener, capable of a clear enunciation of her thoughts and strongly expert on the subject matter."

Client quote, Property investment/development company


Bridget’s recent experience includes acting on behalf of:

  • Slater & Gordon: in relation to consecutive large-scale restructures, protracted enterprise bargaining and various employment disputes
  • A listed FinTech company: in relation to litigation in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia concerning allegations of adverse action and breach of contract
  • A large retail company: in relation to managing sensitive executive departures, enterprise bargaining and various employment disputes
  • A financial services provider: in relation to the implementation of a new employee remuneration and benefits structure
  • An ASX listed corporation: in relation to major litigation in the Federal Court of Australia, concerning allegations of discrimination and breach of contract
  • Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation: in relation to employment aspects of its acquisition of the Krispy Kreme Australia and New Zealand franchise business
  • A not for profit organisation: in relation to bullying claims, including conducting an investigation and representation in the Fair Work Commission
  • Primary Opinion: in relation to employment aspects of its acquisition of B-d. Farm Paris Creek; 
  • A not for profit land council: in relation to a wholesale employment and workplace review, strategic workplace planning and change management, and
  • Various professional services, retail, health and hospitality enterprises: in relation to structuring and enforcing employment obligations, executive contract negotiations, the engagement of independent contractors, implementing redundancies and the termination of employees.

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