Marini has been a litigator for over 15 years and has leading expertise across multiple lines of insurance, with a particular focus on professional indemnity and public liability matters. From a professional indemnity perspective, Marini has acted in claims defending financial planners, accountants, lawyers, taxation agent’s, Owner’s Corporation managers, architects, structural and geotechnical engineers, insolvency practitioners, migration agent’s and engineers.
In addition, Marini has extensive experience in the defence of public liability claims involving sensitive claims and historical sexual abuse, psychiatric injuries, catastrophic injuries, education law claims and Coronial inquests and investigations.
Marini’s practice also extends to risk management and advice on coverage and indemnity clauses. Marini has been involved in major claims involving fraud, fire damage, non-disclosure issues, and subrogation. Marini regularly presents seminars and workshops on a range of insurance and risk management topics to both legal and non-legal audiences. She is adept at managing sensitive issues in a claim to manage reputational risk or adverse media.
Marini holds a Master of Laws (University of Melbourne) with a focus on advanced litigation and dispute resolution. She quickly identifies the interests of her clients and adopts the best strategy for managing a dispute in an efficient and practical way.
Articles and Presentations
Presentation to insurers on misleading and deceptive conduct – the growing trend 2018
Section 54 won’t always rescue the insured (2011) 49(5) LSJ 42