Tamir MaltzCONTACT DETAILS
Phone: (+61)(02) 9231 3001
Mobile: 0409 007 639
Fax: (+61)(02) 8023 9519
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LL.B, Dean’s Certificate (top 5%), University of New South Wales (1997)
B. Com (Acct), University of New South Wales, (1997)
Advanced Computer Security Certificate, Stanford University (2015)
Tamir is a commercial barrister who acts primarily in connection with business and property disputes. Tamir also acts and advises in adjacent areas, including: media, intellectual property, insurance, regulatory and competition matters.
Recent illustrative cases include:
Lavecky v Visa Inc  FCA 454 (Part IV CCA, competition law, foreign evidence, Section 1782 of Title 28 USC)
Estate of Grahame David Wright  NSWSC 1779 (construction and rectification of a will in a case concerning the status of step-children)
Western Export Services Inc & Ors v Jireh International Pty Ltd t/as Gloria Jean’s Coffee  HCA 45; (2011) 282 ALR 604; (2011) 86 ALJR 1 (construction of a commercial contract; termination; trade practices; fiduciary duties; foreign law)
Hogan v Australian Crime Commission (2010) 240 CLR 651 (Non publication order)
Mirzikinian v Waterhouse Pty Ltd  NSWCA 296 (Enforcement of deed related to bookmaking)
Plant v Meriton Properties Pty Ltd  NSWADTAP 62 (Retail lease)
Tamir has acted for the following clients:
- Bank of Queensland Limited, an Australian retail bank;
- Coles Group Property Developments Ltd, a shopping-centre operator;
- John Fairfax Publications Pty Ltd, an Australian multi-channel publisher;
- Jireh International Pty Limited, the operator of the Gloria Jean’s Coffees business;
- Mad Mex Franchising Pty Limited;
- Meriton Properties Pty Limited, one of Australia’s largest apartment developers;
- Nine Network Australia Pty Limited, a multi-channel media company;
- Nationwide News Pty Limited, a publisher; and
- The Law Society of New South Wales, in relation to both disciplinary and fidelity fund matters.
Litigators from a variety of Australian firms have briefed Tamir, and references can be provided.