Ayman Guirguis

K&L Gates (Sidney)
Lawyer (Partner)

Ayman is the steady hand and cool head for his clients amidst the high pressure environment of competition law. Advising in all aspects and issues of competition including the implications of mergers, joint ventures and supply chain issues; defending clients alleged to be parties to cartels or other anticompetitive arrangements; and consumer law issues. Ayman’s breadth of experience and knowledge has led to consistent recognition within the industry.With strong commercial acumen, practical knowledge and former experience as a Senior Officer for ACCC, he has provided thorough and considered advice, as well as structuring compliance programs for high profile clients including Archer Daniels Midland, IOOF, Hewlett-Packard, ExxonMobil, Visy Industries, Leighton Contractors, Stockland, Goodyear, ANZ, Goodman Fielder, De Longhi and Honda Australia.

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Corrs Chambers Westgarth (Sydney)
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
K&L Gates (London)
K&L Gates (London)
K&L Gates (London)
K&L Gates (Brussels)
K&L Gates (Boston)
K&L Gates (Houston)

Articles

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Michael Murphy, Ayman Guirguis, Christopher Finnerty, Francesco Carloni, Gabriela R. Da Costa, Michal Kocon, Neil A. Baylis The EU Commission fines four electronics manufacturers for fixing minimum resale prices for online retailers (Asus / Denon & Marantz / Philips / Pioneer)

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On 24 July 2018, in four separate decisions, the European Commission (“Commission”) levied fines totalling EUR 111 million on four well-known manufacturers of consumer electronic products for imposing fixed or minimum resale prices on their online retailers between 2011 and 2015. These decisions (...)

Ayman Guirguis, Richard Flitcroft The Australian Federal Court holds that in civil prosecutions, the regulator and respondent are not permitted to make joint submissions to the Court about the appropriate level of penalties that the Court may order (Director Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate / Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union)

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CORRS in brief - Where to now for leniency/cooperation in Australia ?* On 1 May 2015, the Full Court of the Federal Court delivered its decision in Director, Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate v Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union(CFMEU). The judgment overturned in excess of (...)

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