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Inke Loos

Principal Solicitor and Director

Inke Loos is the Principal Solicitor of Leora Rose Law. She has worked in the legal industry for over a decade, and specialises in Commercial Law, Entertainment & Media Law, and Intellectual Property. Inke is a driven and hands on solicitor and entrepreneur with extensive legal and business affairs experience across a wide range of commercial, legal, and entertainment industries. With impressive experience in both private legal practice and in-house counsel roles, consulting in legal and business affairs across a number of corporations, and overseeing legal project management, business growth, and corporate expansion, Inke brings a wealth of industry knowledge in the corporate and legal spheres both nationally and internationally.

As the owner and founder of a management and consulting company, General Counsel for an international digital company, and consultant in legal and business affairs to a range of clients internationally, Inke has overseen the success of many companies whilst providing corporate strategic advice and tactical legal initiatives. With experience at Legal Counsel, Board, and senior management level, Inke has provided guidance across complex decision-making, feasibility, legal risk minimisation, corporate policy, commercial legalities, and internal legal compliance and advice.

Inke has been invited as a speaker and panellist at a number of events and has also taught at and tutored in various legal units for two Australian universities. An accomplished ballerina, Inke has a passion for supporting success in the creative arts. Inke also sits on the Board of two Australian charities and one Not for Profit organisation.

Bernadette Lara

Senior Consultant
Bernadette completed her law degree at the University of Technology in Sydney and was admitted as a solicitor in 1993. Since her admission, Bernadette has practised for many years as a solicitor in New South Wales, working primarily in commercial litigation and insolvency in top tier law firms and as an in-house corporate counsel for an international sports marketing company. More recently, she has practised in Queensland in commercial law and litigation. Bernadette is admitted as a solicitor of the Australian High Court and can represent clients across the Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts and Tribunals.

In 2016, Bernadette became a nationally accredited mediator, using a facilitative model which provides an opportunity to resolve a dispute outside the court system.

Bernadette’s interest is in advocacy and human rights for the neurodiverse and disabled with a particular focus on autism, having completed a Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies at Griffith University in 2015. She has associations with autism centres at Bond and Griffith Universities, Autism CRC and with Autism Gold Coast.

Tim Firth

Commercial and Sports Lawyer
Tim Firth is a Solicitor of Leora Rose Law. He holds a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws (international commercial law and dispute resolution). He has also obtained Graduate Diploma’s in Strategic Leadership, Management (education), and Legal Practice.

Having owned and managed several successful businesses since 2008, Tim utilises his passion, practical commercial knowledge and experience to provide strategic business and risk management advice to start-ups, SMEs and large corporations, from fitness centres through to registered training organisations, and ASX listed companies.

Tim is the chairman of an Indigenous charity, and is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Management. He regularly presents to medical professionals, university students, and teachers both domestically and internationally. He is also in the process of being accredited as player agent with the AFL.

Areas of law that Tim can assist you include commercial law, litigation, dispute resolution, intellectual property, sports law, and tech law.

Eric Yarascavitch

Entertainment and Intellectual Property Lawyer
Eric joined the team at Leora Rose in late 2021 and practices predominantly in the areas of entertainment law, intellectual property and commercial litigation. As a lifelong painter and accomplished musician he enjoys, and is passionate about, helping fellow artists with legal transactions including commercial/music contracts, copyright disputes and national/international trademarks.

In 2021, Eric was admitted to both the Queensland Supreme Court and the High Court of Australia as a Solicitor. Prior to this, he completed his Juris Doctor (First Class Distinction) with a specialisation in ‘International Business and Finance’ and the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Bond University.

As a Canadian citizen, Eric completed a diploma at Durham College as a Law and Tribunal Agent in 2009, an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ontario, Institute of Technology in 2012, and is licensed as a Paralegal under the Law Society of Ontario. Prior to arriving in Australia, Eric worked in several law firms across Canada predominantly focusing on provincial offences, criminal, family, and refugee/immigration law. His Australian legal experience focuses on intellectual property and commercial law.

Eric is in the process of being admitted as a solicitor in Canada with a goal of being called to the bar by the end of 2022. As a dual admitted international solicitor, we intend to make the legal avenues for global artists an easy transition and inexpensive experience. Let Leora Rose Law focus on the legalities, while you focus on creating.

Tayla Cross

Law Clerk
Tayla Cross excitingly joins Leora Rose Law in the position of Law Clerk. She currently attends Southern Cross University and is completing the final units of her Bachelor of Laws.

Following that endeavour, she intends on completing her professional legal training allowing her to become an admitted solicitor by the end of 2022.

With a passion for social justice, enthusiasm for learning, and a flair for excellent customer service, she is committed to delivering solicitous assistance while continuing to develop her skills professionally.
Originally from the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Tayla has had many years of experience in the dance and music industries. The values of perseverance and determination to stay committed to the task at hand remain central to her work ethic and professional relationships.
Outside of work, you will find Tayla in the great outdoors, searching the world for that next great still frame and capturing the moment through her lens.

Inke Loos

Principal Solicitor and Director

Inke Loos is the Principal Solicitor of Leora Rose Law. She has worked in the legal industry for over a decade, and specialises in Commercial Law, Entertainment & Media Law, and Intellectual Property. Inke is a driven and hands on solicitor and entrepreneur with extensive legal and business affairs experience across a wide range of commercial, legal, and entertainment industries. With impressive experience in both private legal practice and in-house counsel roles, consulting in legal and business affairs across a number of corporations, and overseeing legal project management, business growth, and corporate expansion, Inke brings a wealth of industry knowledge in the corporate and legal spheres both nationally and internationally.

As the owner and founder of a management and consulting company, General Counsel for an international digital company, and consultant in legal and business affairs to a range of clients internationally, Inke has overseen the success of many companies whilst providing corporate strategic advice and tactical legal initiatives. With experience at Legal Counsel, Board, and senior management level, Inke has provided guidance across complex decision-making, feasibility, legal risk minimisation, corporate policy, commercial legalities, and internal legal compliance and advice.

Inke has been invited as a speaker and panellist at a number of events and has also taught at and tutored in various legal units for two Australian universities. An accomplished ballerina, Inke has a passion for supporting success in the creative arts. Inke also sits on the Board of two Australian charities and one Not for Profit organisation.

Bernadette Lara

Senior Consultant
Bernadette completed her law degree at the University of Technology in Sydney and was admitted as a solicitor in 1993. Since her admission, Bernadette has practised for many years as a solicitor in New South Wales, working primarily in commercial litigation and insolvency in top tier law firms and as an in-house corporate counsel for an international sports marketing company. More recently, she has practised in Queensland in commercial law and litigation. Bernadette is admitted as a solicitor of the Australian High Court and can represent clients across the Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts and Tribunals.

In 2016, Bernadette became a nationally accredited mediator, using a facilitative model which provides an opportunity to resolve a dispute outside the court system.

Bernadette’s interest is in advocacy and human rights for the neurodiverse and disabled with a particular focus on autism, having completed a Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies at Griffith University in 2015. She has associations with autism centres at Bond and Griffith Universities, Autism CRC and with Autism Gold Coast.

Tim Firth

Commercial and Sports Lawyer
Tim Firth is a Solicitor of Leora Rose Law. He holds a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws (international commercial law and dispute resolution). He has also obtained Graduate Diploma’s in Strategic Leadership, Management (education), and Legal Practice.

Having owned and managed several successful businesses since 2008, Tim utilises his passion, practical commercial knowledge and experience to provide strategic business and risk management advice to start-ups, SMEs and large corporations, from fitness centres through to registered training organisations, and ASX listed companies.

Tim is the chairman of an Indigenous charity, and is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Management. He regularly presents to medical professionals, university students, and teachers both domestically and internationally. He is also in the process of being accredited as player agent with the AFL.

Areas of law that Tim can assist you include commercial law, litigation, dispute resolution, intellectual property, sports law, and tech law.

Eric Yarascavitch

Entertainment and Intellectual Property Lawyer
Eric joined the team at Leora Rose in late 2021 and practices predominantly in the areas of entertainment law, intellectual property and commercial litigation. As a lifelong painter and accomplished musician he enjoys, and is passionate about, helping fellow artists with legal transactions including commercial/music contracts, copyright disputes and national/international trademarks.

In 2021, Eric was admitted to both the Queensland Supreme Court and the High Court of Australia as a Solicitor. Prior to this, he completed his Juris Doctor (First Class Distinction) with a specialisation in ‘International Business and Finance’ and the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Bond University.

As a Canadian citizen, Eric completed a diploma at Durham College as a Law and Tribunal Agent in 2009, an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ontario, Institute of Technology in 2012, and is licensed as a Paralegal under the Law Society of Ontario. Prior to arriving in Australia, Eric worked in several law firms across Canada predominantly focusing on provincial offences, criminal, family, and refugee/immigration law. His Australian legal experience focuses on intellectual property and commercial law.

Eric is in the process of being admitted as a solicitor in Canada with a goal of being called to the bar by the end of 2022. As a dual admitted international solicitor, we intend to make the legal avenues for global artists an easy transition and inexpensive experience. Let Leora Rose Law focus on the legalities, while you focus on creating.

Tayla Cross

Law Clerk
Tayla Cross excitingly joins Leora Rose Law in the position of Law Clerk. She currently attends Southern Cross University and is completing the final units of her Bachelor of Laws.

Following that endeavour, she intends on completing her professional legal training allowing her to become an admitted solicitor by the end of 2022.

With a passion for social justice, enthusiasm for learning, and a flair for excellent customer service, she is committed to delivering solicitous assistance while continuing to develop her skills professionally.
Originally from the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Tayla has had many years of experience in the dance and music industries. The values of perseverance and determination to stay committed to the task at hand remain central to her work ethic and professional relationships.
Outside of work, you will find Tayla in the great outdoors, searching the world for that next great still frame and capturing the moment through her lens.

HEAR FROM OUR BUSINESS CLIENTS

In her previous role as General Counsel, I had the privilege of working with Inke to help the company execute a worldwide music licensing and royalty accounting strategy. Despite the bewildering complexity of that mission and the compressed timescale in which she was tasked to execute, she maintained consummate standards with an easy grace and an even keel, all while delivering tough deals on time. I cannot recommend her highly enough, and look forward to the next opportunity to call her a teammate.

– Bill Colitre – Vice President & General Counsel, Music Reports, Inc.

I have known Inke Loos as a Lawyer, as a Board Advisor and as an advocate for the arts for several years. Inke always brings a refreshingly practical, strategically innovative and rigorously disciplined approach to all her diverse work interests. Best described as a ‘lawyer with heart’, Inke combines a breadth of humanity with her unique style of elegant efficiency. Any creative innovators or emerging enterprises with legal questions would be wise to make contact.

– Paul Bishop – Board Chairman (Shock Therapy Arts); Professional Actor; Business Owner & Elected Community Representative

Building a career as a professional racing driver is not easy. My sport requires involvement from many third parties including race engineers, race organisers, main stream and motorsport media, suppliers and not to mention sponsors who have high expectations both on and off the track. For me to do my job in the car I need a support network behind me that has my best interest at heart. I have been working with Inke and her team for the past 3 seasons of racing (2018-2020) in which time we have successfully negotiated a number of contracts and other legal matters together. Inke and the team at Leora Rose have been able to adapt to the niches of my industry extremely well and their professional prompt approach on all matters gives me the confidence I need to move forward in my career. Their knowledge is second to none on all things legal and I have no hesitation in recommending their services.

– Luke King – Colin Bond Award Winner, International Racing Driver.

Inke epitomizes a well-presented, diligent & professional principal solicitor. Inke has produced great legal results for Amped Media time and time again whilst being reasonable and supportive towards the accounts payable during COVID-19. Amped Media’s founder was referred to Inke by a good friend of his, and since him reaching out the team have been very impressed with her work. It’d be recommended to anyone looking for a new perspective Solicitor / Law Firm to approach Leora Rose Law.

– Sam Hope – Founder, Amped Media

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