Jonathan O'Loughlin | Principal
Jonathan O'Loughlin founded O'Loughlin Westhoff in 2017. Having acted on both sides of the fence in many high-profile investigations and disputes, Jonathan is able to offer unique and invaluable advice in managing regulatory matters. Jonathan runs a broader-based commercial litigation practice, with significant experience in insolvency, financial services, taxation disputes and ASIC investigations.
Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Medical Science, a Juris Doctor and Masters of Law (Taxation), and is a Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia.
Jonathan's other passions include ultra-marathon running, having performed at the top level for many years - including representing Australia at the World Championships in 2016.
Bart Dziubinski | Solicitor
Bart is a commercial litigator whose focus is primarily on litigation involving trusts, corporate law, equity, taxation, and financial services. Prior to taking up his position as a solicitor at O’Loughlin Westhoff, Bart served as a tipstaff to a Judge of Appeal of the New South Wales Court of Appeal, and also served a casual appointment as a tipstaff to a Judge of the Common Law Division of the New South Wales Supreme Court. Bart is also a casual academic at the University of Technology Sydney, where he is part of the Equity and Trusts and Corporate Law subject teams.
Bart graduated from the University of Technology Sydney with a Bachelor of Business (Economics) and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours Class I and University Medal) in 2019.
Tomo Kudrich| Solicitor
Tomo is a solicitor admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and any federal court, specialising in taxation and commercial litigation. Prior to joining O'Loughlin Westhoff, Tomo held a role within Australian Government Solicitor's routinely advising the Australian Tax Office on a broad range of tax disputes. Tomo graduated from the University of New South wales with a Bachelor of Taxation and a Master of International Taxation, currently undertaking doctoral studies at UNSW Business School. Tomo holds a Diploma in Law from the Legal Profession Admission Board, Graduate Diploma in Chartered Accounting and is qualified as a Chartered Accountant, a Chartered Tax Adviser and a tax agent registered in new South Wales.
Joy Jia | Law Graduate
Joy graduated from the University of Cambridge in July 2020, having read Law at Queens’ College as a Cambridge Trust Scholar. She joined O’Loughlin Westhoff in November 2020 as a Law Graduate. Joy is also a legal research panellist at the Oxbridge Human Development Research Group, currently working with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. She was previously a Law Clerk at 35 West Chambers in Brisbane, assisting counsel on a range of commercial and administrative law matters.
Joy is currently undertaking her bridging study with the Legal Profession Admission Board and is set to be admitted to the legal profession in 2021.
Olivia Fairbank| Paralegal
Olivia joined the firm in early 2020. She is in her final year of a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Sydney, having graduated from a Bachelor of Commerce (Banking) in 2019.
Olivia has previous experience in managing FOS complaints, and has continued this interest at O’Loughlin Westhoff through her focus on progressing the firm's AFCA matters. Her time in roles at Deloitte, M&A Tax and Atlassian have provided her with a breadth of commercial knowledge.
Olivia is set to be admitted to the legal profession in 2022.