Natalie Tatasciore

Natalie Tatasciore

Natalie is an experienced Dispute Resolution lawyer with a track record of advising on some of Australia’s most high profile litigation matters throughout her career, including major insolvency and tax related litigation.  Her client base includes leading banks and accounting firms. 

Recognised by her clients as a professionally excellent, high performing lawyer and a next generation leader, Natalie’s achievements are reflected in optimal outcomes for clients, including on their most strategically significant matters.


  • Commonwealth Department of Employment and Ferrier Hodgson: in relation to the appointment of special purpose liquidators and the public examination of Clive Palmer in the Federal Court of Australia and recovery proceedings in respect of $74m entitlements owed to hundreds of workers.

  • Commonwealth Department of Employment: various actions against receivers and liquidators to recover funds paid by the Commonwealth government for unpaid employee entitlements under the Commonwealth FEG scheme.

  • Ferrier Hodgson: in relation to the alleged $165 million tax fraud of Plutus, a subsidiary of Synep Pty Ltd. 

  • Woolworths Limited: in the wind-down of the Masters business, including the largest stock liquidation of its kind to occur in Australia and the first Australian negotiated inventory agreement.

  • Pie Face: acting for the major secured lender in the enforcement of its security over the Pie Face Group, in respect of the Group’s high profile collapse with $50m debt.

Professional Memberships

• Law Society of NSW
• Turnaround Management Association 
• Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association


Legal insights

It is often said that the price of copper is a barometer of global economic conditions.

24 May 2021

A recent decision of the Federal Court has confirmed that a secured creditor who consents to employee creditors being paid out of the charged asset pool is entitled to be subrogated to the priority...

20 October 2020

On Sunday the Federal Government announced that it will extend until the end of the year insolvency relief measures which were put in place from March 2020.

08 September 2020

This article was written by Tim Klineberg and Gavin Rakoczy. The issue The priority of secured creditors to receive distributions out of secured assets is heavily entrenched in the Australian...

17 June 2020

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