Alysha Tuziak acts in a variety of commercial litigation matters and has particular experience in debt recovery, securities enforcement and corporate and personal insolvency. She advises insolvency firms, major banks, regional banks and other financial institutions on securities enforcement, liquidations and winding up proceedings, and bankruptcy proceedings.
Alysha also handles a large number of loan recoveries for banks and other financial institutions who have lent money to investors in failed managed investment schemes. She has also acted in debt recovery proceedings on behalf of large corporations who provide goods to customers on account.
Prior to joining the firm, Alysha worked at various Australian law firms in Melbourne and Brisbane. She also spent a few years at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) within the Enforcement Operations branch.
- Member of the Barristers Animal Welfare Panel
Alysha has given various presentations to senior bank employees on 'giving evidence' and the Farm Debt Mediation Act 2011.
Alysha is currently completing a Masters of Commercial Law at the University of Melbourne and an Insolvency Education Program with the Australian Restructuring, Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA).
- "Deeds of Settlement: Avoiding the Risk of a Default Clause Being Classified as a Penalty," TurksLegal Publication, 2014
- "Don’t Jump the Gun," regarding enforcement of farm mortgages, TurksLegal Publication, 2012
- "Mortgagees: Show Me the Money!," TurksLegal Publication, 2011