Natasha Case practices in commercial, equity and public law. Natasha was admitted as a barrister in April 2013 and before that, she practiced as a solicitor for 11 years in private and public settings. Natasha often appears unled but also regularly appears with Senior Counsel. She accepts briefs from solicitors in all practice contexts including direct briefs from in-house counsel.
Natasha is committed to access to justice and human rights. She has volunteered at community legal centres as a student, solicitor and board member and has served on the NSW Bar Association Human Rights Committee.
Natasha’s notable cases include:
McBride v Christie’s Australia Pty Ltd  NSWSC 1729. Misleading and deceptive conduct, unconscionable conduct, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence.
Taru Ali v R (2013) 281 FLR 257. Criminal law, Migration Act, people smuggling.
Waterhouse v Independent Commission Against Corruption (No 3)  NSWSC 261. Administrative law, judicial review, Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Highhope Holdings Pty Ltd v Heuston; Estate Of Rebecca Maree Heuston, Re (2014) 291 FLR 150. Bankruptcy.
Maxwell-Smith v S & E Hall Pty Ltd (2014) 86 NSWLR 481. Legal practitioners, duties and liabilities to client, equity, private international law, trade practices, insolvency.