Herbert Smith Freehills (Sydney)

Paul Burton

Herbert Smith Freehills (Sydney)
Senior Associate

Paul Burton works for Herbert Smith Freehills since April 2020. He is an experienced competition and regulatory lawyer with close to 20 years’ exposure to the competition landscape in Australia. Having previously worked at the ACCC, Paul offers deep competition and regulatory insights and has an intimate understanding of the challenges faced by clients when addressing competition, consumer law, third-party access and regulatory issues. He advises across a range of sectors including telecommunications, infrastructure, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, mining and government.

Linked authors

Herbert Smith Freehills (Melbourne)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (Johannesburg)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)

Articles

139 Bulletin

Liza Carver, Patrick Gay, Sarah Benbow, Paul Burton The Australian Full Court dismisses the Competition Authority’s appeal in its attempt to prohibit a merger and confirms the test to be applied when assessing whether a firm’s conduct will be likely to have the effect of substantially lessening competition (Pacific National / Aurizon)

62

The Full Federal Court has dismissed the ACCC’s appeal in respect of its case against Pacific National and Aurizon. In dismissing the ACCC’s appeal, the Full Federal Court confirmed the test to be applied when assessing whether a firm’s conduct will be likely to have the effect of substantially (...)

Send a message