Natasha Stojanovich

Special Counsel

Professional biography

Natasha is an experienced litigator, with a particular focus on insurance, building/construction, and property disputes. Natasha has more than a decade of experience handling complex multi-party disputes, and regularly acts for architectural and engineering practices, building surveyors, property valuers, and real estate agents.

Natasha has experience in class action litigation, having recently acted in a $60M bushfire claim in the Supreme Court of Victoria. She has acted for Councils, government departments, and various statutory authorities. She also has general commercial litigation experience acting for ASX listed companies in a variety of industries in the Supreme and Federal Courts.

Natasha is also recognised for her expertise in relation to professional standards or 'capped liability' schemes, and has advised several professional associations in relation to the operation of their schemes.

Natasha is a proficient public speaker and regularly delivers risk management training throughout Australia, in addition to speaking at conferences and client events. She was recently invited to speak at AICLA / ANZIIF's Claims Convention in Sydney, and earlier this year she presented at a Property Council of Australia seminar series on non-compliant building products.

Natasha has published various articles, including on topics such as non-conforming building products (including flammable cladding and wall systems), class actions, proportionate liability, and claims against building practitioners.

Natasha joined Lander & Rogers as Special Counsel in November 2017.

Natasha's areas of expertise include:

  • Professional indemnity;
  • Building / construction disputes;
  • Property / ISR;
  • Land contamination;
  • Class actions; and
  • Professional standards (or 'capped liability') schemes.

Qualifications

  • BA/LLB (First Class Honours) Monash University

Key leadership roles

  • Vice-President of APIG (Victorian Chapter)
  • Advisory committee  member for the ANZIIF Journal
  • Former President and Vice President of Reprieve Australia

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