TPS&Co. is a newly established commercial law firm based in the heart of the Sydney CBD.
Our firm started in October 2018 and has since then grown significantly.
Our lawyers have a background in large and medium-sized law firms.
We all passionately believe that we can deliver a better service to our clients in the environment that we now operate in, without the restraints that are common in larger firms.
We are client-focused, flexible, quick to respond, commercial, and if needed, tenacious.
Our values at TPS&Co. reflect our commitment to achieving the best results for our clients and creating a healthy and positive work environment. Our values are:
- Determined. We ferociously fight for our clients’ interests. We are committed to achieving excellent outcomes.
- Collaborative. Our collaborative mindset allows us to think outside the box and utilise our strengths to produce high-quality work. Out tight-knit team loves working together.
- Detail-oriented. Legal cases are won and lost on the detail. We pride ourselves on consistently providing services that are nuanced and sophisticated.
- Integrity. We don’t just talk, we do. Our strict ethical standards guide our action-oriented approach.
- Fun. We love what we do.
Terry is a senior lawyer at TPS&Co. and I guess we can call him the founder. Terry has over 25 years of experience as a commercial lawyer, specializing in commercial advisory, commercial litigation, insolvency, and dispute resolution across a wide range of industries including property, construction, education, manufacturing and many more.
He has a Bachelor of Economics/Bachelor of Laws, as well as a Master of Laws from UNSW. Terry has previously been at two of Australia’s largest law firms and more recently was a partner at a mid-tier firm.
Terry is a director of Kent institute Australia Pty Limited.
- United Petroleum Pty Limited v 7 – Eleven Stores Pty Limited  QCA 172
- ICM Agriculture Pty Limited v Young  FCA 1169 (6 October 2009)
- Noor Al Houda Islamic College Pty Limited and Anor v Bankstown Airport Limited  NSWSC 20 (24 February 2005)
- Sirius Shipping Corporation v The Ship Sunrise  NSWSC 766
- Brush Park v The Leasing Centre  NSWSC 1385 (15 December 2006)
- Tilley v Allianz Australia Insurance Limited  NSWSC 359
- Stylis v UMP Limited  NSWSC 951 (18 September 2006)
- In the matter of DJG Equities Pty Ltd  NSWSC 194
- In the matter of Alleta Pty Ltd  NSWSC 2064
- In the matter of DJG Securities Pty Ltd  NSWSC 588
- Minh Tan Tran v Nicols  NSWSC 1635
- Premium Green Batts v McTaggart  NSWSC 838
- In the matters of MROC Car Wholesalers Pty Ltd and ors  NSWSC 287
- In the matter of MROC Car Wholesalers Pty Limited  NSWSC 738
- James v The Owners – Strata Plan No 11478; The Owners – Strata Plan No 11478 v James  NSWSC 1558
- In the matter of Bean & Sprout Pty Ltd (admin apptd)  NSWSC 456
- In the matter of Bean & Sprout Pty Ltd (admin apptd)  NSWSC 351
- Lewis Securities Ltd (in Liq.) v Marilyn Carter & Anor  NSWSC 412
- Lewis Securities Ltd (in liq) v Carter (No 2)  NSWCA 159
- Elphick v Westfield Shopping Centre Management Co Pty Ltd  NSWDC 152
- TianyD Beauty & Hairdressing Australia Pty Ltd v Fasako Pty Ltd  NSWCATAP 184
- Aerolink Air Services Pty Ltd v Bankstown Airport Limited  NSWSC 1283
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Social Inquiry) and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney and is an accredited debating adjudicator. Elizabeth is currently completing a Master of Laws at the University of Sydney.
Elizabeth is the CLE Coordinator of the NSW Young Lawyers Civil Litigation Committee and a mentor in the graduate program of the NSW Law Society.
Rachael is responsible for overseeing the general management of the company. She is the first point of contact for any enquiries and is a certified Justice of the Peace.
Rachel is currently completing a Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice to expand her knowledge and expertise.
She is currently completing a Bachelor of Communications (Social and Political Science)/Bachelor of Laws at UTS (due for completion in 2022).
As part of her role as a paralegal, Yarra assists the solicitors on their matters and undertakes a range of administrative duties. Since working at the firm, Yarra has expanded her communication skills and gained valuable experience in commercial litigation.
He is a fourth-year law student studying at UNSW. Dean has always been more attracted to private law subjects at university. This trend was confirmed when he received the UNSW Dean’s list award for first place in Contract law. Dean’s interest in private law and business is what pushed him to get involved with commercial law at TPS&Co. Being part of a fast-paced firm that has experienced senior lawyers has allowed Dean to gain valuable experience in the legal sector. As a paralegal, Dean assists the solicitors on their matters by conducting research and liaising with clients.