B. A., LL. B., M. Bus. (Monash)
16 April 2008
Signed Bar Roll:
21 May 2009
Admitted to Practice:
Areas of Practice:
- Civil Law
- Commercial Law
- Equity & Trusts Law
- Insurance Law
- Motor Traffic Law
Brad has a broad commercial litigation practice including motor vehicle collision litigation. Brad takes direct briefs from corporate and in house counsel.
- Lawyer at Macpherson + Kelley Lawyers
Memberships and Associations:
Brad previously served on the Board of Management of the Dandenong Basketball Association for six years and on the Board of the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service for a decade including six years as Vice President. He was also selected as an inaugural participant in the John Bertrand Leadership Series.
Academic Position / Published Articles:
- Sessional instructor in civil litigation and advocacy at Leo Cussen Centre for Law
- Previously a sessional teacher in business law and management units at Monash College (2013-2020)
- Previously a post-graduate teaching associate in Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics at Monash University (2013-2018)
- Completed a Master of Business at Monash University in 2013 with prizes in Business Ethics in a Global Environment and Leadership postgraduate units.
Fitzroy Football Club Ltd v Brisbane Bears – Fitzroy Football Club Ltd [Supreme Court of Victoria – 2009 to 2010] appeared for the Fitzroy Football Club, being led by David O’Callaghan SC, in proceedings concerning the use of the “paw on the ball lion” logo.
Fitzroy Football Club Ltd v Brisbane Bears – Fitzroy Football Club Ltd  VSC 180 – appeared for the Fitzroy Football Club, led by Sturt Glacken SC, in successfully defending an application for Security for Costs made by the Brisbane Bears – Fitzroy Football Club. (https://jade.barnet.com.au/Jade.html#article=147163)
Smart Saver Franchising Pty Ltd v Ausads Local Pty Ltd, We Save You Money Pty Ltd & Ors [Federal Court – 2011 to 2012] appeared for the respondent companies and their officers, being led by Richard Wilson, in a franchise proceedings which alleged breaches of a restraint clause, breach of confidence, misleading or deceptive conduct under the Australian Consumer Law and copyright infringement.
Supreme Court of Victoria proceedings  – appeared on behalf of the plaintiff executors to obtain vesting orders and declaratory relief under the Trustee Act to permit registration of proprietary interests under the Transfer of Land Act.
County Court of Victoria proceedings [2012 to 2013] – appeared for the respondents, being led by Joseph Carney, in proceedings which included allegations of breach of confidence and misleading or deceptive conduct under the Australian Consumer Law.
Roberts and Lam v Chung and Chung  VCAT D257/2011 – appeared for the second respondent in a successful application for an extension of time and to set aside judgement. (http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/vic/VCA T/2014/142. html)
Re Thomson  VSC 370 – appeared for the plaintiff, in proceedings where the presumption of regularity was applied where only the unsigned trust deed had been found after reasonable enquiries. (https://jade.barnet.com.au/Jade.html#article=402174)