Angela Radich is an experienced litigator whose focus is commercial and construction litigation. Angela has acted for clients in the full range of courts, including the NSW Court of Appeal, Full Federal Court and High Court.

    Angela is client facing and solution-focused on commercial outcomes for clients.

    Angela was previously a senior associate at a top-tier law firm and an associate to a High Court Judge.

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    • Representing clients in a range of construction, property and planning disputes in the NSW Court of Appeal, Supreme Court, Land and Environment Court and District Court.
    • Acting for VAC Group in proceedings against Transport for NSW in relation to trenching works undertaken for the CBD and South East Light Rail project. The dispute concerns alleged misleading and deceptive conduct, delay claims, variation claims and latent conditions.
    • Acting for bond issuer Swiss Re International SE in Federal Court proceedings concerning an AU$14 million bond call following the appointment of administrators to WDS Limited (contractor on the Eagle Downs coalmine project in Queensland).
    • Defending developers and builders in proceedings concerning incomplete and defective works, including Supreme Court claims up to AU$12 million in value.
    • Obtaining a stay of Supreme Court proceedings where the dispute resolution process under the contract had not been followed.
    • Acting for contractors in security of payments litigation, including initiating summary judgment proceedings and defending judicial review proceedings.
    • Acting for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in proceedings stemming from the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.
    • Representing the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry in the Commission of Inquiry into the outbreak of equine influenza.

    Education

    • Queensland University of Technology, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, 2001
    • Queensland University of Technology, Bachelor of Arts (Applied Ethics) and Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), 2000

    Admissions

    • High Court of Australia, 2004
    • New South Wales, 2004
    • Queensland, 2001

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Law Society of NSW
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