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Spiros Mihalatos

Senior Counsel 

Commercial & business transactions
Commercial & Business Litigations
Employment & industrial relations

Solicitor, Supreme Court of NSW
Bachelor of Law, Macquarie University

Spiros, a distinguished joined us in 2014. His extensive expertise spans a wide spectrum of legal domains, with a particular focus on commercial transactions and all aspects of corporate law and commercial litigation.


Within this multifaceted landscape, Spiros adeptly navigates intricate matters, including banking and finance litigation as well as matters related to corporate and personal insolvency.

Beyond his litigation prowess, Spiros provides invaluable counsel to private sector clients, especially those embarking on the journey of business establishment and company formation. His guidance is tailored to the unique needs of small to medium-sized businesses, ensuring that legal considerations align seamlessly with strategic objectives.


let’s delve into the expertise of  Spiros, another esteemed member of our firm:

  1. Establishment of Foreign-Owned Corporations/Agencies in Australia:

    • possesses an in-depth understanding of the legal intricacies involved in establishing and integrating foreign-owned entities within the Australian regulatory framework. His guidance ensures compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.

  2. Director’s Duties During Liquidator’s Investigation:

    • expertise extends to advising directors on their fiduciary responsibilities during the scrutiny of liquidators’ investigations. His insights help navigate complex situations while safeguarding the interests of all stakeholders.

  3. Company Constitution and Internal Management Rules:

    • provides strategic advice on crafting and refining a company’s constitution and internal governance protocols. Whether it’s pre-registration or post-registration, his meticulous approach ensures legal clarity and alignment with organizational goals.

  4. Compliance and Procedure Rules for Meetings:

    • Navigating the procedural aspects of corporate governance is crucial. he asists clients in adhering to compliance and procedure rules when convening members’ meetings and directors’ meetings. His guidance fosters transparency and effective decision-making.

  5. Drafting and Reviewing Commercial Contracts:

    • drafting and reviewing a diverse array of commercial contracts. From shareholder agreements to partnership agreements and joint venture agreements, he ensures that legal documents reflect the best interests of our clients.


These professionals contribute significantly to our firm’s success, combining legal acumen with a client-centric approach. Their commitment to excellence sets the standard for our legal practice

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