Perspectiva General

Licensed to practice law in Australia, New Zealand and the United States, Naomi Seddon has experience in providing global employment solutions for companies with operations across Australia, its neighboring countries, and the U. S. She regularly advises companies on matters such as:

  • The transfer of employees between countries
  • Managing risk and compliance
  • International employment agreements
  • Benefits and compensation
  • Local labor, union and employment issues
  • Immigration
  • Employment taxes
  • Global policies
  • Company restructuring and down-sizing
  • Employment litigation

Naomi has appeared before federal and state courts in Australia, New Zealand and the United States on matters ranging from employee termination disputes, contract law, retrenchments, post-employment restraint and breach of employer confidential information issues, wage and hour disputes, union disputes and discrimination and harassment matters. She has advised and acted on behalf of employers of varying size, across many industries and countries.

In addition to Naomi’s international employment law experience, her experience working at both employer and employee representative firms, and advising in matters for and against union and employer groups, provides her a unique perspective to advise her clients.

Naomi has extensive alternative dispute resolution experience and holds bachelor and master of law degrees and has completed post graduate studies in legal practice.

Afiliaciones Profesionales y Comunitarias


Law Institute of Victoria, Australia


American Australian Association


Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles


Advance, Australia


Luminary Circle - Step Up Women’s Network


Migration Institute of Australia

Barrister and Solicitor

High Court of New Zealand



Named, Recommended Lawyer

Workplace and Employment Counseling

Legal 500 United States



  • LL.M., Monash University, AU, 2009
  • LL.B., Deakin University, AU, 2004

Admisión de la barra

New Zealand


  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • Supreme Court of Victoria
  • Federal Court of Australia
  • High Court of New Zealand