Herbert Smith Freehills (Sydney)

Grant Marjoribanks

Herbert Smith Freehills (Sydney)
Lawyer (Partner)

Grant is a commercial litigator, with a particular focus on regulatory enforcement. Grant helps clients subject to regulatory investigations and actions, including Australian Federal Police, Independent Commission Against Corruption, ASIC, Royal Commission and ACCC inquiries and proceedings. Grant is an experienced commercial litigator who has an outstanding record of success in contested litigation, including defending Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) proceedings, Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) proceedings, and substantial civil and class action claims. Chambers Asia-Pacific has described Grant as “an exceptional lawyer for ‘bet the farm’ litigation” and “a very clever, practical and commercial lawyer who will do everything he can to get his client the outcome they need”. Grant regularly advises clients in relation to anti bribery and corruption issues. Chambers described him as “a heavy hitter in this space” and Asia Pacific Legal 500 describes him as “Stellar”. He is ranked by Chambers as a Band 1 Individual and heads the firm’s Chambers Band 1 Australian anti bribery and corruption practice.

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Articles

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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)

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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 the (...)

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

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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 (...)

Patrick Gay, Grant Marjoribanks The Australian Competition Authority gives undertaking the green light to proceed with its $11 bn merger after the granting authorisation to acquire shares as set out in their merger implementation deed (Tabcorp / Tatts)

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On Tuesday the Australian Competition Tribunal gave Tabcorp Holdings Limited (Tabcorp), represented by Herbert Smith Freehills, the green light to proceed with its $11 billion merger with Tatts after the granting authorisation to acquire shares in Tatts Group Limited as set out in their Merger (...)

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