Legal Practice Director

Troy Wild is the Legal Practice Director of Peak Services Legal. Troy’s experience spans both private and public sectors working previously as a Senior Associate in a National Law Firm and Principal of the National Retail Association Legal Practice.

Troy has expertise in and has successfully defended a number of Unfair Dismissal Claims before the Fair Work Commission and the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. Troy has also represented clients in a range of Discrimination and Breach of General Protections Claims in various jurisdictions, including the Fair Work Commission, the Australian Human Rights Commission and the Federal Court of Australia and represented corporations and a number of Senior Executives in Breach of Contract proceedings in both the Supreme and District Court of Queensland. 

Troy has provided legal advice on business restructuring, transfer/transmission of business issues, redundancy and work health and safety, including representing a number of corporations in defending/mitigating WHS prosecutions.

Special Counsel

Suzanne Wishart is Special Counsel at Peak Services Legal. She has over twenty three years’ experience as a practicing solicitor specialising in workplace law.

Suzanne has worked as Special Counsel at several national law firms, as a legal officer representing Queensland Government Departments, as Manager- Legal Counsel WorkCover Queensland and as a Senior Advisor with the Local Government Association of Queensland.

She has specialist experience in Employment Law, Industrial Relations, Workers’ Compensation Law, Administrative Law, Discrimination and Work Health and Safety Law representing employers and employees in the Federal Court, Fair Work Commission, Industrial Court, Queensland Industrial Relations Commission and Supreme Court.

Senior Associate                                                                                 

Seone Woolf is a Senior Associate at Peak Services Legal. She has previously worked at an international law firm in the labour, employment and workplace health and safety division as well as in a national firm with a focus on employment practices liability insurance.

She has extensive experience in managing unfair dismissal and general protections applications in the federal jurisdiction as well as discrimination claims before the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland and Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. She has also advised on restructuring strategies, Award interpretation, transfer of business, restraint of trade and misuse of confidential information, performance management and terminations.

Seone is experienced in conducting workplace investigations for corporations including investigations involving executive employees and allegations of bullying, sexual harassment and other inappropriate workplace conduct.

She has also acted for businesses in a wide range of industries including local government, agricultural, mining, construction, manufacturing, transport, hospitality, entertainment and aged-care sectors. 

Seone is also a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1796516). She is experienced in assisting employers in obtaining Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visas and Employer Nominated visas for skilled foreign workers.  


Sewar Mitanis is an Associate at Peak Services Legal. She has previously worked at the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission, various Queensland Government Departments as well as working as a Lawyer within a leading National Law Firm in Jerusalem, Israel.

Sewar is highly experienced in conducting complex workplace relations investigations and has successfully defended a number of Unfair Dismissal, Adverse Action, Bullying and Anti-Discrimination claims before the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission, the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland and the Fair Work Commission.


Vladimir Pejovic is a Solicitor at Peak Services Legal, with experience in Employment, Industrial Relations, Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury Law.  He was admitted as a Legal Practitioner to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2014, and has a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts and Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, and Certificate II in Business Administration.

Vladimir has strong experience in employment, industrial, workers’ compensation and personal injury law. He has vast experience in statutory interpretation and the application of industrial agreements, awards and other industrial instruments. 

Vladimir's extensive negotiation experience, allows him to gain the best possible outcome out of any formal or informal negotiation.  Due to his experience and technical knowledge, Vladimir can give effective advice on Workers’ Compensation’ matters.