“My case was handled with care, skill & on budget. Sterling Legal is strong and different.”
“Thanks to Lamia Daher, the security for costs strategy was brilliant, and I won my case.”
“I won the unwinnable case, thanks to Tom's tactical skills & strategies.”
Tom has over 22 years’ experience in law and management, 18 of which has been at the helm of Sterling Legal.
Tom is well known for his negotiation and project management skills and is regularly consulted to advise and act for high net worth individuals, both in Australia and abroad. He has an enviable stable of clients, and has notably, acted as a mandate for Marina Picasso (the heir and granddaughter of the famed artist, Pablo Picasso) in relation to a $300 million art deal and where he spent time in Paris and Geneva.
He has also had considerable success in Court and recently, won a multi-million dollar family law case, which awarded his female client 85% of the matrimonial pool – one of the largest awards you can obtain in the Family Court.
Tom has a Masters of Law and Management from UNSW and has completed the prestigious Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
Tom was recently awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for his many years of dedicated service to the law, to local government, and to the community.
"Our lawyers are highly skilled and accessible. Our size enables the Partners to give personal attention to every matter. When you call, we ensure you speak to a lawyer for preliminary advice. If we can assist , a free consult is provided. In certain cases, we act on a ‘no win – no charge’ basis."
Lamia Daher, Partner
It's with enormous pride that we announce that on 26 January 2020, Tom Zreika was awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for services to the law, to local government, and to the community.
This is the second major victory for Ronney Oueik, the first being the success achieved in the Auburn Public Inquiry - where a ‘no finding’ decision was made by the Commissioner.
The penalties for driver licence disqualification have as at 14 October 2017 changed to ensure they better protect community safety by reducing unauthorised driving and repeat offending.