NoellaSilby

Associate

Perth + 61.8.6214.5714

Noella Silby's practice covers the range of labor and employment matters. She handles advisory work involving employment entitlements arising under contracts and statutes, employee conflict management, post-employment restraints, employment contract and policy drafting, managing workplace investigations, restructures and redundancies, and enterprise agreement interpretation and bargaining.

Noella represents clients in employment-related claims, including unfair dismissals, adverse action, and discrimination. She has appeared before the Fair Work Commission, the Equal Opportunity Commission, and the Australian Human Rights Commission and has been responsible for matters in the Federal Circuit Court and the Federal Court of Appeal.

Experience

  • Hornblower Group acquires Journey BeyondJones Day advised Hornblower Group, Inc. in its acquisition of Australia's leading experiential travel group, Journey Beyond.
  • Beforepay completes A$35 million IPO on ASXJones Day advised Beforepay Group Limited, a leading provider of Pay on Demand services in Australia, in connection with its A$35 million initial public offering on the ASX.
  • IBM acquires EnviziJones Day advised IBM in the acquisition of Envizi, a leading data and analytics software provider for environmental performance management.
  • 360Learning acquires LooopJones Day advised 360Learning, the global collaborative learning SaaS leader, in its acquisition of Looop Online Limited, the UK's leading and top-rated learning management system.
  • IBM acquires SXiQJones Day advised IBM in the acquisition of SXiQ, an Australian digital transformation services company specializing in cloud applications, cloud platforms and cloud cybersecurity.
  • Financial services company receives advice on defection of employees to competitorsJones Day advised a financial services company regarding suspected breaches of non-solicitation and confidentiality obligations against a group of employees who resigned to work for competitors in Australia.
  • SAP forms strategic partnership with Dediq for financial services industriesJones Day advised SAP in the formation of SAP Fioneer, a joint venture with the Munich based investor DEDIQ GmbH whereby SAP contributed its Financial Services and Insurance Services business and DEDIQ will invest more than €500 million.
  • Global medical devices company receives advice regarding performance management of employeeJones Day advised the Australian subsidiary of a multinational medical devices company on the protracted performance management and negotiated termination of employment of one of its employees, including drafting and negotiating a Deed of Release.
  • Government-owned investment company investigates allegations of inappropriate workplace conduct by senior employeeJones Day advised a government-owned investment company in relation to a confidential workplace investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior by a senior employee, including recommended disciplinary action.