Law360, New York (December 4, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- The competition practice at Australian law firm Clayton Utz sets itself apart by ensuring each of its lawyers can address any antitrust issue facing a client, whether it’s merger control, penalty-defense proceedings or access regulation, according to attorney Bruce Lloyd, who heads up the group in Sydney.
“All the partners in our group practice in all three main areas of Australian competition law. That’s reasonably unique, since many firms have partners who specialize in just one area or another,” Lloyd said.
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