Dimitri Ternovski

Bar Roll: 2013 Admitted: 2010
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Dimitri practises in industrial, employment, commercial and public law. He is regularly briefed in the Federal Court, the Victorian Supreme Court and other major State and Federal courts and tribunals.  His practice covers a broad range of disputes, including:

• breaches of fiduciary duties and directors’ and officers’ duties;
• restraint of trade matters (including both disputes and drafting);
• enterprise agreement disputes (including approval and termination applications);
• judicial review applications and other administrative law matters;
• disputes about statutory and contractual employment entitlements;
• general protections applications under the Fair Work Act 2009;
• regulatory matters and civil penalty prosecutions;
• economic torts (including torts of inducing a breach of contract, conspiracy to injure and intimidation);
• contempt of court applications;
• private international law disputes (including choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement of foreign judgments);
• sale of land and other real property disputes; and
• other contractual, equitable, trade practices and statutory construction disputes.

Dimitri also accepts briefs in conviction and sentence appeals in the Victorian Court of Appeal.

Dimitri read with Rowena Orr QC.

Before coming to the Bar, Dimitri was an associate to the Honourable Chief Justice Warren AC and the Honourable Justices Cavanough and Digby at the Supreme Court of Victoria.

Before studying law, Dimitri ran a software company.

Dimitri has a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Computer Science from Monash University.

* Liability limited under a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

CommercialConflict of LawsEmployment and Industrial RelationsEquity & TrustsFraud, White Collar Crime and CorruptionJudicial ReviewMerits ReviewPropertyRegulatory

Theo Alexander and Dimitri Ternovski, ‘War of the Words: the New Meaning of Substantial Miscarriage of Justice’ (2014) 88.04 Law Institute Journal 42.

Dimitri Ternovski and Nawaar Hassan, ‘Looking for Greener Grass’ (2012) 86.1/2 Law Institute Journal 60 (a primer in choice of law in tort for personal injury practitioners).

QUALIFICATIONS

LLB (Hons) (Melb)
B Comp Sc (Monash)

Dimitri Ternovski

Bar Roll: 2013 Admitted: 2010
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Profile

Dimitri practises in industrial, employment, commercial and public law. He is regularly briefed in the Federal Court, the Victorian Supreme Court and other major State and Federal courts and tribunals.  His practice covers a broad range of disputes, including:

• breaches of fiduciary duties and directors’ and officers’ duties;
• restraint of trade matters (including both disputes and drafting);
• enterprise agreement disputes (including approval and termination applications);
• judicial review applications and other administrative law matters;
• disputes about statutory and contractual employment entitlements;
• general protections applications under the Fair Work Act 2009;
• regulatory matters and civil penalty prosecutions;
• economic torts (including torts of inducing a breach of contract, conspiracy to injure and intimidation);
• contempt of court applications;
• private international law disputes (including choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement of foreign judgments);
• sale of land and other real property disputes; and
• other contractual, equitable, trade practices and statutory construction disputes.

Dimitri also accepts briefs in conviction and sentence appeals in the Victorian Court of Appeal.

Dimitri read with Rowena Orr QC.

Before coming to the Bar, Dimitri was an associate to the Honourable Chief Justice Warren AC and the Honourable Justices Cavanough and Digby at the Supreme Court of Victoria.

Before studying law, Dimitri ran a software company.

Dimitri has a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Computer Science from Monash University.

* Liability limited under a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

Areas of Practice

CommercialConflict of LawsEmployment and Industrial RelationsEquity & TrustsFraud, White Collar Crime and CorruptionJudicial ReviewMerits ReviewPropertyRegulatory

Cases

Publication

Theo Alexander and Dimitri Ternovski, ‘War of the Words: the New Meaning of Substantial Miscarriage of Justice’ (2014) 88.04 Law Institute Journal 42.

Dimitri Ternovski and Nawaar Hassan, ‘Looking for Greener Grass’ (2012) 86.1/2 Law Institute Journal 60 (a primer in choice of law in tort for personal injury practitioners).

Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS

LLB (Hons) (Melb)
B Comp Sc (Monash)