Ashurst (Perth)

Justin Jones

Ashurst (Perth)
Lawyer (Partner)

Justin specialises in competition & antitrust matters, with particular expertise in regulated industries / infrastructure access, cartels, competition litigation & appeals, and consumer law. Justin also has considerable experience in broader power & utilities regulation. Justin advises on both commercial matters and disputes, and works collegially with other Ashurst offices and practice groups to deliver efficient results for his clients. Justin advises on matters across the oil & gas, mining, transport, and agribusiness sectors. His clients include well-known and significant businesses operating in the resources, energy (upstream and downstream), linear networks (including gas, electricity and rail), agribusiness and retail services industries. Justin is experienced in dealing with Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) inquiries, investigations and prosecutions. Prior to joining Ashurst, Justin gained considerable experience in conducting investigations and civil prosecutions for the ACCC both as a lawyer in civil regulation for the Australian Government Solicitor, and previously as an ACCC investigator. That experience has given Justin particular insight into the way the ACCC enforces competition and consumer protection laws.

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Rowan Kendall, Justin Jones The Australian High Court grants leave to appeal the decision of the Federal Court regarding access to the Port of Newcastle (Port of Newcastle Operations / Glencore)

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On 12 March 2021, the High Court of Australia (the "High Court") granted Port of Newcastle Operations Pty Ltd ("PNO") special leave to appeal the decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia ("Full Court") regarding access to the Port of Newcastle (the "Port"). Key takeaways (...)

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