Troy is a highly experienced lawyer with extensive business experience which enables him to bring a business focused approach to his role. This business focused approach allows him to engage strongly with various stakeholders to ascertain a clear understanding of the pathway to the desired outcomes for each stakeholder, and thus advise the business on the likely outcomes and various risks associated with the possible scenarios.
Having worked across various Australian and international jurisdictions Troy has a demonstrated capacity to quickly adapt to different legislative frameworks and incorporate this information into targeted, specific advice to serve the business’s needs.
Having previously acted for Regulators in the Food Safety, Mining and Work Place Safety areas Troy brings a strong understanding of regulatory culture and what regulators are looking for when dealing with a business. Troy is able to leverage this knowledge to ensure regulatory compliance and to advise on methods to proactively reduce overall business risk.
Employsure Law stands apart. We are a workplace law practice that helps SMEs build a better business by providing professional, low cost and primarily fixed fee legal representation by experienced lawyers.
This includes unfair dismissals, general protections, underpayments, bullying, discrimination, workplace disputes, post-employment restraints and confidential information.
We’ve listened to SMEs and understand their need for affordable legal representation. Employsure Law enables SMEs to focus on what is important to them, their business. At the core of our model is efficient, transparent and affordable legal representation, together with quick turnaround times and high success rates.
In 2020, Employsure Law achieved the following:
• represented 1000+ SMEs across Australia in workplace law matters including unfair dismissals, general protections, underpayments, bullying, discrimination and workplace disputes
• managed 1367 matters throughout 2020
• attended 900+ conciliations, mediations and hearings across Australia