Baker McKenzie (Sydney)

Lynsey Edgar

Baker McKenzie (Sydney)
Lawyer (Partner)

Lynsey Edgar is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Sydney office, specialising in competition and consumer law. She has a reputation for combining technical excellence with strategic commercial advice. Lynsey primarily assists clients with matters arising under the Competition and Consumer Act. She advises on anticompetitive conduct, merger clearance, distribution arrangements, and the impact of competition/antitrust law on various commercial activities. Lynsey also advises on consumer issues including misleading and deceptive conduct, consumer guarantees, and compliance with the Australian Consumer Law.Lynsey is experienced in representing clients facing investigations by regulators, particularly the ACCC, and acts for clients in competition and consumer litigation.

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Georgina Foster, Lynsey 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 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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