Paul heads Minter Ellison’s Cartels Unit and advises on the restrictive trade practices and consumer protection provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act, including misuse of market power, price fixing and exclusive distribution agreements. He also advises in the telecommunications and broadcasting area under Australia’s Telecommunications Act, Broadcasting Services Act and Radiocommunications Act.
Paul has special expertise in the telecommunications and aviation industries, working with clients such as SingTel Optus, Broadcast Australia and Singapore Airlines. He advises on and obtains informal merger clearance from the ACCC for clients in a wide range of industries.
Paul joined Minter Ellison in 1997 after varied experience, including two years as associate to a judge of the High Court of Australia. Now based in Sydney, he has previously worked at the London office of Minter Ellison and assisted on various European competition law matters.
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