Daniel is an experienced litigator and transactional lawyer, specialising in corporate, property, and intellectual property law.
Daniel Georges is a highly accomplished legal professional with a robust educational background and relevant practical skills. He completed a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Law in 2006 at Western Sydney University. In his pursuit of specialised knowledge, Daniel also earned a Graduate Certificate of Laws in Intellectual Property from the University of Technology Sydney in 2010, further enhancing his expertise. Additionally, he completed a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice at the College of Law in 2006.
Daniel is a registered Trade Mark Attorney, making him a recognised authority in intellectual property law. Fluent in both English and Arabic, Daniel possesses excellent communication skills, allowing him to effectively engage with a diverse range of clients to reach optimal outcomes.
Daniel Georges currently serves as the Managing Principal of Finn Roache Lawyers, a prestigious law firm based in Sydney. He has led the firm since July 2017, overseeing its strategic direction and ensuring the delivery of exceptional legal services to clients.
Additionally, Daniel has been a Senior Associate, Trade Mark Attorney, and Solicitor since September 2006, gaining over 17 years of experience in the legal industry. In these roles, he provides clients with expert legal advice and representation, utilising his knowledge in litigation, intellectual property, commercial transactions, and franchising.
Throughout his career, Daniel has exhibited a steadfast commitment to delivering outstanding legal solutions. His exceptional leadership and deep expertise make him a highly respected figure in the legal community. Daniel Georges continues to make significant contributions to the field of law, earning the trust and admiration of his clients and peers alike.
With a career spanning over 17 years, Daniel specialises in several key areas, including litigation, commercial transactions, intellectual property, and franchising. His expertise encompasses managing various cases before courts and tribunals, including the Supreme Court, District Court, Local Court, Federal Court, NCAT, and Tribunals in New South Wales and Queensland. He leads a dedicated litigation team of ten highly skilled advocates and litigators, overseeing cases of varying complexities with case values ranging from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars. Daniel’s strategic, commercial-minded approach to legal practice ensures client objectives are met within outlined costs.
In addition to his litigation skills, Daniel counsels clients on simple and complex transactions. He assists businesses in structuring their assets for commercial exploitation through franchising or licensing models, ensuring optimal protection, tax efficiency, and potential for sale. Daniel’s comprehensive understanding of commercial transactions is reflected in his involvement in $105 million sales and $70 million property transactions, where he prepares contracts to facilitate desired outcomes for his clients. He is supported by a team of accredited specialists and experienced professionals in commercial and property law.