Herbert Smith Freehills (Melbourne)

Merryn Quayle

Herbert Smith Freehills (Melbourne)
Lawyer (Partner)

Merryn is a commercial disputes specialist. Merryn helps clients resolve complex commercial disputes and manage major business risk issues. A partner in the Disputes Group, Merryn has acted in major strategic litigation for leading Australian companies across a wide range of jurisdictions and industry sectors – especially mining, technology and financial services. Merryn’s solution-focussed approach and commercial mindset helps clients derive effective strategies to resolve disputes and manage risk. Merryn also represents clients in regulatory processes, investigations and enquiries and has crisis management and cyber security expertise. Currently based in Melbourne, Merryn works closely with clients and colleagues across Australia and internationally.

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Merryn Quayle, Grant Marjoribanks, Patrick Gay The Australian Competition Authority does not seek judicial review of the National Competition Tribunal’s authorisation of a merger in the entertainment sector (Tabcorp / Tatts)


CrownBet and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) have confirmed that they will not be seeking judicial review of the Australian Competition Tribunal’s authorisation of Tabcorp Holdings Limited’s (Tabcorp’s) acquisition of Tatts Group Limited (Tatts), paving the way for (...)

Grant Marjoribanks, Patrick Gay, Merryn Quayle The Australian Competition Tribunal publishes its reasons for granting the merger authorisation in the entertainment sector (Tabcorp / Tatts)


The Australian Competition Tribunal has now published its reasons for granting authorisation to Tabcorp Holdings Limited to acquire Tatts (see our original legal briefing here). Herbert Smith Freehills acted for Tabcorp in its successful merger authorisation application. To authorise the (...)


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