Rigby Cooke Lawyers boosts litigation and insolvency chops

The firm’s newest hire is an expert in contract, franchise and insolvency law

Rigby Cooke Lawyers boosts litigation and insolvency chops
Rigby Cooke Lawyers has strengthened its expertise in litigation and insolvency with the appointment of Katerina Poulakis as senior associate.

Poulakis, who has 10 years’ experience as a lawyer, came from SLF Lawyers. She has a wide range of expertise, including acting in contract, franchise, property and Australian Consumer Law disputes. She also advises in personal and corporate insolvency and reconstruction law.

“In my new role, I’ll continue to work closely with clients across industries including property development, transport and logistics, hotels and accommodation, manufacturing, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, as well as insolvency practitioners and major overseas insurers, to achieve optimal legal outcomes,” Poulakis said.

Poulakis is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria, Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association, Women in Insolvency and Restructuring Victoria, Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Hellenic Australian Lawyers.

Rigby Cooke Lawyers now has seven senior associates. The firm has 18 partners.


Katerina Poulakis


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