Tsungai is a Legal Practitioner and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria. His experience includes over 10 years of commercial law practice focused on franchising.
Tsungai quickly distils documents and contracts into their real-life consequences to allow his clients to knuckle down on the important issues. He understands the practical and commercial implications of the various issues involved in small businesses, and in particular, franchises.
Being a franchise lawyer requires a strong commercial focus. Tsungai’s experience includes both the non-litigious and litigious aspects of:
- commercial law;
- intellectual property law;
- retail leasing;
- commercial property law and conveyancing;
- corporate finance;
- supplier agreements;
- distribution agreements;
- immigration law;
- alternative dispute resolution; and
Tsungai has successfully represented clients in a variety of matters in the Federal Court, Supreme Court, Federal Circuit Court, County Court and Magistrates Court.
Tsungai’s business experience includes being a former executive director of 2 small businesses in Victoria.
Tsungai graduated from Bond University with a Juris Doctor. He also holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Financial Planning and Commercial Law) from Deakin University.
Tsungai is friendly approachable and prides himself on being a legal strategist with a solution focused approach and, maintaining open communication channels.