Greta Gingell Tulley is an experienced litigator working on complex commercial disputes, class actions, and matters involving federal and state governments and regulators in a range of jurisdictions. She also has experience in alternative dispute resolution processes, government inquiries, and product liability matters.
Greta has acted on a number of large-scale commercial and government disputes representing: global pharmaceutical companies in multifaceted litigations brought by the Commonwealth of Australia in the Federal Court and High Court of Australia; a financial institution in the defense of a major class action in the Federal Court of Australia resulting from the collapse of a financial planning group; a financial institution on a claim brought by a former employee regarding superannuation entitlements; a major IT company defending actions brought by governments in a number of jurisdictions; and a claim arising out of a high-profile website targeted by distributed denial of service attacks.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2013, Greta worked on real estate and major project matters, including acting for the NSW government for the Darling Harbour redevelopment.
Greta has contributed to pro bono initiatives including the Jones Day's Same Sex Relationships Guide and the Her Justice uncontested divorce clinic.
- April 2015Reflective Loss, Trusts and Australian Class Action Settlements
- The College of Law (Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice 2011); University of New South Wales (LL.B. Hons. 2010; Bachelor of International Studies in European Studies 2007); Université Jean Moulin Lyon III, France (Overseas Study Program, 2005-2006)
- High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia, and Supreme Court of New South Wales