Helena is the team leader of Quinn & Scattini Lawyers' Commercial Litigation Team, having previously worked at the firm for a number of years.
Helena’s expertise is negotiating pathways for clients with various issues, whether it is relating to money, differences of opinion, clashes of personal or business pursuits. The path to resolving such conflicts is different for every matter. Helena always drives towards clients’ desired outcomes with an aim to cause minimal stress and cost.
In addition to general commercial litigation matters, such as contractual disputes, partnership disputes, trust matters, negligence, Helena manages employment law matters for and against both, employers and employees, ranging from negotiating and drafting agreements to litigating any disputes.
Helena also manages matters of both personal and corporate insolvency and corporations law and acts both for and against external administrators such as liquidators or receivers, as well as company directors and bankruptcy trustees.
Helena’s abilities range from the straightforward, such as issuing and setting aside statutory demands and winding up applications, through to managing more complex matters that require a delicate balance between legal concerns, commercial interests – and often pride. She is driven by curiosity, challenges, a love of life and the people she surrounds herself with.
Read what Helena’s clients have to say …
"Helena was wonderful. At all times we felt listened to and comfortable sharing our challenge with her. Helena made us feel any questions we asked were worthwhile so we were relaxed to ask her about anything to do with the support we needed. She also had a great way of explaining all the complexities of some of the issues we were tackling. She always returned our calls in a timely manner and spent the time we needed to explain to us our options. We were very satisfied with the support she offered us. EB"
"My meeting with Helena was excellent and I'm confident and happy to have support mechanisms in place and employment matters properly structured. RC"