Jones Day (Sydney)

Steven W. Fleming

Jones Day (Sydney)
Lawyer (Partner)

Steven Fleming is an international commercial litigator who focuses on resolving commercial disputes, often across jurisdictional boundaries. While maintaining a diverse practice, Steven has particular experience in the following industries: banking and finance, energy and resources, and construction. He has acted for clients in disputes in jurisdictions as diverse as Cambodia, Sudan, Slovakia, France, Alberta, Sri Lanka, and Italy. Steven has represented clients in proceedings before the superior courts of Australia and England and in arbitrations administered by the ICC, LCIA, and SIAC. Steven’s major cases have included a dispute concerning EPC contracts for a sub-Saharan oil project, acting for Lehman Brothers Holdings in representing that company’s interests in the insolvent administration of Lehman Brothers Australia (including High Court proceedings in which a deed of company arrangement [DOCA] was challenged), acting for a client in ACCC proceedings in Australia concerning an international marine hose pipe cartel, acting for directors of a major investment bank advising on insolvency issues, and acting for a construction company in a contractual dispute concerning a walking beam furnace. Before joining Jones Day’s Sydney Office, Steven worked at a major Australian firm. He also worked for five years in London for a leading city firm.

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Articles

1484 Bulletin

Steven W. Fleming, Prudence Smith, Matthew Bull, Simon Bellas, John Cooper, James Ebert, Pip Goldman, Ken Hickman, Annie Leeks The Australian Competition Authority warns the government against bid rigging in public tenders

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ("ACCC") also cautions government agencies to be alert to potential bid rigging in the procurement process for public tenders. The ACCC cautioned agencies of the Australian government (the "Government") to be on guard against "bid-rigging" (...)

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