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Louise Gehrig, Partner
Piper Alderman


Louise Gehrig is a highly experienced litigator with more than 20 years’ experience in litigation and dispute resolution in corporate and commercial law, trust and estate litigation, particularly at Supreme and Federal Court level.​

Louise’s areas of expertise include Australian Consumer Law including unconscionable conduct and misleading and deceptive conduct in business, banking and finance litigation, property and commercial disputes, wills, estates and trust disputes.

She has built a reputation in the market for being an astute, straight talking litigator, who focuses on achieving practical, commercial outcomes. She has acted for a range of institutional and private clients from both a plaintiff and defendant side.

Louise also has a keen interest in elder abuse and has worked on a variety of pro bono claims defending seniors' rights. She also has an interest in the sports, entertainment and hospitality industries, having worked on a substantial case in the ticketing industry, acted for an AFL Club and also a hotel operator in Victoria’s Hotel Quarantine Inquiry.

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Rob Norton, Senior Associate
Piper Alderman

Rob is an experienced litigator with a strong background in dispute resolution and negotiated outcomes.

From the very beginning of his career, Rob has had a strong interest in unconscionable conduct in business and commerce. He has grown to be a expert in this field. He also has a love for advocacy and has built a reputation for tenaciously pursuing his clients' rights both in and outside of the court room.

Rob specialises in disputes and litigation concerning:

  1. unconscionable conduct;

  2. misleading and deceptive conduct;

  3. property and leasing;

  4. contract disputes;

  5. corporate insolvency and bankruptcy; and

  6. corporate governance; 


Working with Louise Gehrig, Rob has also acted for a range of institutional, corporate and private clients whether they be plaintiffs or defendants. Rob also shares a keen interest in assisting some of the most vulnerable members of our society and regularly acts on a pro bono basis to prevent elder abuse.

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