has a practice that includes merger clearances, authorisations, third-party access, price regulation, competition-related litigation and consumer protection. She has particular expertise in heavily regulated industries such as financial services, transport and energy, in which she acts for industry participants, infrastructure owners, and government and independent statutory regulators. Katrina advises clients on all aspects of the operation of regulatory frameworks, including the design and implementation of new regulatory frameworks, the optimal application of existing regimes and legislative reform. She is a member of the Competition and Consumer Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia and the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law (Antitrust Committee).
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