Ekaterina ZotovaSolicitor

Ekaterina Zotova is a solicitor with Resolve Litigation Lawyers. She was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in December 2018.

In addition to her Juris Doctor from the University of Sydney and her accreditation as a lawyer in Australia, Ekaterina has a law degree from the Peter the Great Saint Petersburg University in Russia. She also has over 2 years’ experience practising law in Saint Petersburg specialising in corporations, construction, commercial and employment law. Ekaterina is fluent in English and Russian.

Prior to her admission as a solicitor in New South Wales, Ekaterina was a Graduate Lawyer at Resolve Litigation Lawyers. Ekaterina also has over 4 years accounting experience, including working as an Accounts Manager at Resolve Litigation Lawyers.

Ekaterina has played an important role in a number of commercial disputes, including acting for clients in administrative law, contractual disputes and debt recovery proceedings in the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and the District and Local Courts of New South Wales.

Expertise
  • Advising a multi-national business in relation to contractual disputes and debt recovery;
  • Acting for a former medical practitioner in proceedings in the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal seeking a reinstatement order;
  • Providing advice about contractual, construction and insurance disputes, misleading or deceptive conduct claims and extradition orders.
See Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Advising a multi-national business about compliance with consumer and competition law;
  • Advising an employee of a national business during a cartel investigation of the ACCC;
  • Advising a national company about compliance of its advertising campaign with the Australian Consumer Law.
See Competition and Consumer Law
  • Providing advice in relation to potential patent proceedings.
See Intellectual Property
  • Advising about potential grounds of appeal from a decision of the Occupational Division of the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal;
  • Acting for a former medical practitioner in proceedings in the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal seeking a reinstatement order.