Get in touch with Claudia
Claudia Zimmerman has been a member of the Tindall Gask Bentley team since 2016. Joining the firm whilst completing her legal studies, she worked hard to develop a hands-on understanding of not only the law, but TGB and the needs of our clients, too.
It is rather apt, therefore, that Claudia was drawn to commercial law. The fast-paced nature and constant demand for your best, both in terms of communication and work, of this complex area of the law align nicely with her skills and strengths. Solving complex problems and coming up with novel solutions are just the tip of the iceberg with Claudia, though; a born commercial lawyer and litigator through-and-through.
As a reliable and detail-orientated forward thinker, Claudia regularly works on highly complex commercial documents such as licensing agreements, commercial contracts, trademark applications, charity, and not-for-profit registrations, documents for the buying and selling of property, and lease drafting, amongst others.
Despite her keen attention to detail, Claudia is very adaptable and still manages to quickly turn around work as and when necessary whilst upholding the quality and high standards for which she is known.
Approachable and enthusiastic, Claudia is always ready to listen to what her clients have to say and willing to weigh in with her ideas that are straight to the point, explained in a way that is easy to understand and avoids unnecessary jargon commercial jargon.
In terms of the wider team, Claudia works closely with John Caruso, Kate Soderstrom, and personal assistant, Krystelle Coulthard.
- Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice
- Commercial Premises (Preparing and Negotiating Leases, Purchases and Sales)
- Intellectual Property (Trademarks, Charity and Not-for-Profit Registration)
- Liquor Licensing
- Security and Loan Documentation
- Drafting Commercial Agreements
MY PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
If you’re in the process of setting up and registering a not-for-profit or charity, there are a few things you should keep in mind to make sure you are appropriately protected, registerable and meeting your regulatory obligations. These include: 1. Understanding your regulatory obligations through the Australian Charities...Read more
Trade marks are all around us – the slanted tick on your sneakers; the apple on the back of your phone (sorry Android users); even the “Dun Dun” from Law & Order. Whilst these are all examples from multi-million-dollar companies, trade marks are not just for the big players. If you own a business, whether...Read more