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Creating a federal Anti-Corruption Commission: What does it mean for Australian business?

Australia - June 14 2022 Promised by the new Labor government to be “powerful, transparent and independent” with extraordinarily wide powers granted to royal commissions…

Leon Chung, Tania Gray, Elizabeth Macknay, Mark Smyth, Anna Sutherland, Christine Wong, Jacqueline Wootton

The cooperation dilemma - legal privilege in the “why not litigate” era

Asia-Pacific - March 2 2020 The Financial Services Royal Commission has had a significant impact on regulators’ appetites to obtain documents subject to claims of legal…

Mark Smyth

Driving forward with connected and autonomous vehicles

USA - August 15 2018 Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) will have a dramatic impact on the way we live and work. The technology is advancing rapidly and it no longer…

Damien Bailey, Nicholas Carney

Herbert Smith Freehills acts for Tabcorp in second successful authorisation application to acquire Tatts

Australia - November 17 2017 The Australian Competition Tribunal has today granted authorisation to Tabcorp Holdings Limited, represented by Herbert Smith Freehills, to acquire…

Patrick Gay, Grant Marjoribanks

Update: Tribunal confirms Tabcorp’s proposed merger meets public benefit test and should be allowed to occur

Australia - June 22 2017 On Tuesday the Australian Competition Tribunal gave Tabcorp Holdings Limited (Tabcorp), represented by Herbert Smith Freehills, the green light to…

Sarah Benbow, Patrick Gay, Chris Jose, Grant Marjoribanks