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Minters loses insolvency expert to single-office firm

Minters loses insolvency expert to single-office firm

Single-office firm Hall & Wilcox has nabbed an insolvency and dispute resolution specialist from Minter Ellison.

Natasha Toholka (pictured) will join the commercial dispute resolution team in the Melbourne firm as a special counsel.

Toholka spent 13 years at Minter Ellison, where she was a special counsel; prior to that she worked as a solicitor at Dunhill Madden Butler.

Toholka has extensive experience in banking & finance litigation, security enforcement, insolvency and general commercial disputes. She has acted for major trading banks in all aspects of workouts and recoveries as well as for a significant number of insolvency practitioners.

Toholka holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University. She is a member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) and the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL). 

Hall & Wilcox’s managing partner Tony Macvean said Toholka’s appointment adds to the depth and quality of the firm's banking, insolvency and litigation practices.

This is not the first time this year Hall & Wilcox has nabbed a player from a larger firm; in July superannuation partner Heather Gray and her team joined the firm from DLA Piper.

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