Baker McKenzie (Sydney)

Lynsey R. Edgar

Baker McKenzie (Sydney)
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Lynsey Edgar is a partner in the Sydney dispute resolution team, whose practice focuses on competition and consumer law. She is global co-lead of the Firm’s Competition Litigation Taskforce. Lynsey is recognised in Legal500 (Competition and Trade, Australia, 2022), where she is described by clients as having "high commercial acumen" and providing "clear and commercial merger control advice". Client feedback to Chambers & Partners states that Lynsey is "outstanding in her ability to advise on complex matters". Lynsey is a member of the Law Council of Australia’s Competition and Consumer Committee, and has spoken widely on topics including compliance with competition law and responding to regulatory investigations.

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1027 Bulletin

Georgina Foster, Lynsey R. Edgar The Australian Competition Authority reports that a bathroomware company admitted to likely resale price maintenance by withholding supply of its products to a small retailer that failed to increase its advertised prices of the company’s products (Nero Bathrooms)

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Bathroom brand, Nero Tapware, admits to likely RPM Nero Bathrooms International Pty Ltd (trading as Nero Tapware) ("Nero") admitted it likely engaged in resale price maintenance ("RPM") by withholding supply of its products to a small retailer that failed to increase its advertised prices of (...)

Anne Petterd, Adrian J. Lawrence, Lynsey R. Edgar The Australian Competition Authority seeks views from parties interested in the allocation and use of the spectrum in the 26-28 gigahertz (GHz) band

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) seeks views by 27 March 2020 from parties interested in the allocation and use of the spectrum in the 26-28 gigahertz (GHz) band. The spectrum is to be used for 5G technology. Organisations planning to utilise 5G technology may be (...)

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