Andrew is a partner in Gilbert + Tobin’s competition and regulation group with over 10 years of experience.  Andrew’s practice is directed to providing complex advice and advocacy for clients in complex and high profile matters across each core area of the Competition and Consumer Act (including complex merger clearance, enforcement investigations, industry inquiries, and dispute resolution). He has experience in a range of commercial matters, including strategic advice and obtaining regulatory clearance for a number of mergers and acquisitions across a variety of industries (including technology, health, retail, financial, insurance, resources and industrial sectors) both in Australia and internationally; and commercial litigation in the Federal Court of Australia (involving claims of cartel conduct and claims of misleading and deceptive conduct).  Andrew also has experience with advising on various aspects of the Competition and Consumer Act, in particular the Australian Consumer Law and ACCC investigations.  Prior to joining Gilbert + Tobin, Andrew was an associate to a Federal Court judge.  

    Andrew has a particular expertise in digital issues for competition policy and regulation, and has contributed significantly to thought leadership in this area. He is also recognised and sought after by clients for his digital economy expertise.  Such thought leadership is supported by in-depth commercial experience advising large tech companies (including Microsoft, Expedia and Fitbit).  In conjunction with professional experience in this area, Andrew has:

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