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At Interpret Legal, we are a team of specialist and experienced commercial lawyers ready to help.

We are not your average law firm, we are all about building longstanding relationships to become a trusted advisor to your business. Your business is our business.

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Our team offers experienced commercial lawyers ready to become your trusted advisors. Evyenia has been practicing law since 2004, predominantly in-house, and established Interpret Contracts in 2015. She has worked on several complex transactions including the purchase of a franchise system in 2019 and more recently, the sale and purchase of a multimillion dollar transport company. She is personable and relatable to her clients as a business owner herself, and knows the juggling act of life with three small children and a busy family life. 


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Brilliant! The Interpret Legal team took the time to truly understand our software business and continue to deliver timely, efficient and effective advice for us every time.”

Simon – CEO

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Case Study: Workpac v Rossato Appeal

Case Study: Workpac v Rossato Appeal

In the most recent High Court hearing WorkPac pursued an appeal to have the orders of the Federal Court set aside to establish that Mr Rossato was a casual employee as per the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)[1] and the Enterprise agreement he worked under.[2] It was found in this most recent decision that Mr Rossato was a casual employee and not entitled to the benefits in which he was seeking.

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