Australia’s competition law has always been highly codified, with heavy reliance on piecemeal exceptions and administrative processes to ameliorate its excessive proscription.
Luke heads up Gilbert + Tobin's Competition and Regulation group and advises and represents clients on:
His experience includes the conduct and oversight of major competition law litigation including responsibility within the ACCC, and in private practice, representing clients on a number of leading price fixing, misuse of market power, mergers and joint venture cases.
Luke is recognised as leading lawyer in competition by numerous publications and directories including Chambers Asia Pacific, Legal 500 Asia Pacific, International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers, AsiaLaw Profiles and Best Lawyers.
Prior to joining the firm in 2000, Luke held senior positions at the ACCC as General Counsel, Executive General Manager, Compliance Division (responsible for enforcement) and Senior Assistant Commissioner, responsible for mergers and asset sales.
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