Borcsa has a broad commercial practice with a focus on contract, building and construction, corporations, resources and energy, and property law disputes. She has also acted for clients in matters involving professional negligence, equity and trusts, trade practices and infringement of intellectual property rights.
Borcsa has appeared, led and unled, in both the State and Federal Courts and Tribunals, including the Supreme Court of Queensland and Court of Appeal.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Borcsa had worked in top-tier and mid-tier firms and in-house at a large insurer. She draws on a broad range of experience having practised across areas including commercial litigation, resources and energy, intellectual property and insurance.
Examples of specific experience (include):
› Appearing as counsel in the Queensland Court of Appeal in a matter involving issues of causation of loss, evidence of damage to the goodwill of a business and the quantification of damages for misleading or deceptive conduct.
› Appearing as counsel in a four-day trial in the Supreme Court of Queensland in proceedings involving breaches of a business sale contract, misleading and deceptive conduct and estoppel.
› Appearing as counsel on an application to cancel charges under section 21 of the Subcontractors Charges Act 1974 and to declare payment claims void under the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004.
› Appearing as counsel in a two-day application in the Supreme Court involving third party proceedings and other procedural issues.
› Advising and appearing as counsel in the Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts in insolvency proceedings.
› Acting on behalf of a developer in an arbitration concerning the construction of a residential development in the Sydney CBD.
› Acting on behalf of a developer in an appeal regarding the construction of provisions of the Land Sales Act.
› Acting on behalf of a shareholder in oppression proceedings.
› Advising a client on causes of action and prospects arising out of floods in 2014 against multiple prospective defendants.
› Successfully defending a litigious matter for a client involving alleged breaches of directors’ duties, misuse of confidential information and breach of an employment contract.
2017-2018 Women Lawyers Association of Queensland - Secretary, Executive Committee
2016-2017 Women Lawyers Association of Queensland - Management Committee member and Advocacy Chair
2016-2017 QUT Career Mentor Scheme - Mentor
Bar Association of Queensland
Law Council of Australia – Business Law Section
Women Lawyers Association of Queensland
Queensland Young Lawyers
Bachelor of Laws (Hons 1)
Bachelor of International Business
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
2012 Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence
2011 Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence
2010 Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence