Having more than a decade of professional experience, Daniel possesses a wealth of knowledge in drafting and providing guidance on employee contracts, policies, awards, and flexible workplace agreements. He also offers valuable insights on matters such as unfair dismissal, general protections, discrimination, under payment of wages, and contract dispute negotiations. Daniel’s expertise extends to litigation, where he showcases his skills as a seasoned litigator and adept negotiator. He routinely appears in various civil jurisdictions, including conciliation and hearings at the Fair Work Commission, mediations, conferences and hearings at the Federal Court and the Federal Circuit Court. Additionally, he handles cases involving discrimination and sub-contractor disputes at VCAT, as well as matters within the Magistrates’ Court Industrial Division.
Client focused and outcome driven, Daniel takes a pragmatic approach to his work. He is a strong communicator, providing clients with a solid understanding of their matters throughout the process, combined with excellent risk analysis, advocacy, and advice. Whether it be litigation, alternative dispute resolution, or settlement; the advice is tailored according to the matter.
Daniel was admitted to practice in March 2013 in the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Business and a Bachelor of Laws from Victoria University and is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria and Southern Solicitors Group.