With over 20 years private practice and investment banking experience, coupled with experience gained in the private investment sector, Adam is an industry leader in complex private equity, MBO/MBI, M&A, and corporate finance transactions. All that aside, Adam’s passion is deal facilitation.
He provides strategic advice to a wide variety of clients in identifying, structuring and executing complex private equity, M&A, and corporate finance transactions such as: the $146.5m acquisition of the Field Marketing Group of Photon Group Limited; the $250m M&A/private equity aggregation of an electrical contracting business by Trivantage Group Pty Ltd; and the $1.2bn MBO of a funds management business by Karara Capital. It’s behind the business scenes that Adam makes his biggest contribution. Adam’s numerous philanthropic ventures led him to start up his own charitable organisation, the Rockwell Foundation.
Practicing for over 30 years, George affords clients the breadth and depth of his knowledge in commercial litigation, dispute resolution and employment law. George is reputed for his pragmatic approach to commercial litigation and dispute resolution. He always has his client’s interests at heart and works diligently to achieve their optimal commercial and legal outcome without litigation when possible. In the event litigation is necessary, don’t be fooled by George’s smile; he’s as ruthless and unrelenting as any other litigator when circumstances demand it. George currently serves on the Board of Pronia, an advocacy group supporting the Greek community through various elderly, disabled and children’s services, having most recently held the position of President from 2013 to 2018. George’s passion for his community is also demonstrated through his position as founding volunteer with the Australian Greek Welfare Legal Information Referral Service.
Chief Executive Officer
Sehran joined R.B. Flinders in 2010 and has over 17 years' experience in areas such as corporate governance, commercial and commercial litigation, wills and estates, retail leasing and conveyancing, making her an integral part of our leadership team.
Prior to being appointed CEO in 2018, Sehran has held various operative and executive roles within the business, with a particular focus on infrastructure and human resourcing. As well as working closely with the Principals and executive team to facilitate business operation and growth, Sehran is passionate about the development and support of our team.
Outside of the corporate world, Sehran enjoys spending time with her young family and exploring the great outdoors.
Principal Solicitor/Accredited Mediator
Daniel heads up the firm’s family law practice. Having grown up in Manchester, Daniel has been a proud Melbournian since 2007. He’s since practiced exclusively in all aspects of family law matters, including both simple and complex property and parenting disputes. Daniel’s experience also includes working for five years as a volunteer at the Fitzroy Legal Service family law clinic.
Although Daniel has frequently run matters in the Family Court, he’s a strong advocate of helping clients to resolve disputes outside of Court. In May 2017, Daniel became a nationally accredited mediator via AIFLAM (the Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators), and where possible, he encourages clients to reach their own agreement in a respectful and dignified manner through processes such as mediation and collaborative law. Daniel is also available for briefing as mediator in family law matters upon request. Since October 2017, Daniel has been studying a Graduate Diploma of Psychology at Monash University, to advance his understanding about the science of human behaviour which impact on many aspects of family law practice.
Daniel is actively engaged in the Melbourne Jewish community, both professionally and socially.
Daniel is known for his inquisitive nature, fierce loyalty, relentless enthusiasm and being a natural-born optimist.
Outside of work, Daniel is passionate about most sports. He’s also an avid Manchester United fan and has followed the Western Bulldogs since he landed in Australia. He’s discovered his “inner-nerd” with a love of astronomy and loves nothing more than a Saturday night at the cinema watching the latest arthouse movie.
Principal Solicitor - Property
Gina is the Principal Solicitor for our Property Law Team.
Having practiced in the western suburbs of Victoria for over 25 years, Gina has enjoyed working alongside multi-generation families, landlords, landholders, builders, developers and surveyors in helping them reach successful outcomes. Gina prides herself in offering her clients holistic advice, without compromising the overall position of her client.
Gina has a depth of experience in a wide range of matters including negotiating and executing Government, single and multi-tenanted leases, multi stage lot developments, high end property transactions and some business sale transactions (usually running tandem with a property transaction).
With decades oriented toward client focussed outcomes, Gina also has experience in some estate planning including Wills and Powers of Attorney, and works closely with our Estate Planning team to ensure any complex estate planning matters are addressed in the most efficient manner possible.
Out of the office, Gina loves spending time with her family and friends, reading her favourite books and spends most Sundays in the garden.
Principal Solicitor - Family Law
Tanya heads up the firm's family law practice along with Daniel Myers. Originally from New Zealand, Tanya completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce and Administration before moving to Melbourne in 2007. Being able to practice in both jurisdictions has resulted in the conduct of a number of international relocation matters to New Zealand.
Tanya has focussed on Family Law since 2009 and has gained significant experience in all areas of Family Law including children's matters, intervention orders, complex property matters, financial agreements, consent orders and parental responsibility.
Tanya advocates strongly for clients in litigation matters where necessary but prides herself on assisting clients to settle matters without the need for litigation. Having conducted her collaborative training in 2015, she seeks to assist clients in maintaining a dignified approach to separation and to choose their own outcomes in a financially and emotionally efficient manner.
Tanya has been actively engaged in a volunteer lawyer capacity at the Women's legal service since 2009 and recently commenced volunteering with WIRE. She is also a committee member of the Victorian Association of Collaborative Professionals. On the weekends she enjoys listening to music and adding to her vinyl collection.
Aneeka's core focus is in commercial law, litigation and dispute resolution, employment law and franchising.
Working closely with start-ups and SMEs, Aneeka has a holistic approach to solving the legal issues faced by her clients, including commercial disputes, employment/workplace issues, restructures, intellectual property protection, family law and estates. She also proactively identifies growth opportunities within her extensive client and referral network, facilitating the early growth critical to businesses in the start-up phase.
Aneeka's breadth of knowledge and experience is pivotal in assisting her clients' transition grass roots business into valuable enterprise. Negotiating distribution deals, establishing brand presence, negotiating franchising relationships through to exit opportunities such as business sale are key. Aneeka is also on hand to guide troubled business and individuals through ATO investigations and litigious disputes in all jurisdictions.
Outside of work, Aneeka is a volunteer with the Office of the Public Advocate. In her downtime, she is a sports enthusiast, an Essendon faithful and an avid traveller!
As an advocate of collaborative law, Daniel provides his clients with an approach to family law disputes that aim to resolve such issues by way of a non-litigious form of dispute resolution. In contrast, Daniel has acted in several trials before the Family Courts of Australia regarding complex parenting and property matters and has the confidence of his clients to achieve the best outcome.
Daniel has focused exclusively on family law matters since 2014 having previously gained experience in criminal law and intervention order matters. Drawing upon this knowledge, Daniel provides practical advice to his clients on a range of matters including care arrangements for children, intervention orders, complex property and financial settlements, prenuptial agreements and interstate and international relocations of children.
Daniel graduated with a Juris Doctor, Master of Law, from RMIT University and went on to complete his Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. Daniel previously obtained a Bachelor of Arts majoring in criminology and political science at the University of Melbourne.
Daniel is actively engaged with a number of support communities within Melbourne, tackling some of the difficulties associated with separation and divorce. Otherwise Daniel is passionate about music, having trained as a classical guitarist for 11 years, and his rescued greyhound.
Magda is a vibrant young lawyer who has championed our Oakleigh office since she commenced with R.B. Flinders in August 2017.
With experience in property transactions including “off the plan” developments, estate planning (wills, powers of attorney, trusts), probate/letters of administration applications and contested estate disputes, Magda is passionate about delivering tailored, pragmatic and timely legal advice with compassion for her clients and fellow legal constituents.
Magda is fluent in Greek and comes from a cultured background promoting a strong moral compass, sensitivity and family values. She enjoys attending events to facilitate the progression of young lawyers, cooking and reformer pilates.
Theodore is an integral part of the R.B. Flinders Business & Enterprise team, demonstrating a core focus and proficiency in equity capital markets, small to mid-sized mergers and acquisitions and corporate advisory work.
Theodore has advised his clients in relation to a wide range of commercial documents in many different industry contexts, major stakeholder investments and exits, strategic corporate advice in the context of both commercial and litigious backdrops, and assisted clients in their preparation and realisation of restructures and transactions. He also has experience in property, employment and general litigation matters.
Drawing on his exposure to different areas of law, Theodore is efficient in his identification of legal issues that often arise in commercial settings. His pragmatic, yet cooperative approach strives to identify and distribute value to all stakeholders, whilst ensuring he gets the best result for his clients.
Theodore completed his Juris Doctor at the University of Melbourne, a post-graduate degree, to accompany his undergraduate degree in journalism. He is an avid reader, has a love for boxing, and is a proud supporter of the Richmond Football Club.