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Corrs Chambers Westgarth

LEVEL 17, 8 CHIFLEY, 8-12 CHIFLEY SQUARE, SYDNEY, NSW 2000, AUSTRALIA
Tel:
Work +61 2 9210 6500
Fax:
Fax +61 2 9210 6611
Email:
Web:
www.corrs.com.au
Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Port Moresby, Sydney

Andrew Korbel

Tel:
Work +61 2 9210 6537
Email:
Web:
www.corrs.com.au/people/andrew-korbel/
Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Work Department

Global Regulatory / Government / Litigation & Dispute Resolution / Restructuring & Insolvency.

Position

Partner.

Career

Andrew Korbel is known as a trouble-shooter who is quick to identify risks and opportunities, and act on them. A highly intuitive litigator, he is also a skilled negotiator and the one you want fighting for your interests should you end up in court. Andrew's experience ranges from corporate collapses to advising on government projects as large as the National Broadband Network. He also represents clients in coronial inquests, Royal Commissions and other inquiries, where he is known for achieving the best possible results.

Member

Law Society of New South Wales - Member.


Australia

Competition and trade

Within: Competition and trade

Corrs Chambers Westgarth is noted for its ‘good response times, industry knowledge and business acumen’. The arrival of the ‘unreservedly recommended’ Ian Reynolds from Clayton Utz bolstered the practice, which is jointly headed by Mark McCowan and Andrew Korbel. It is acting for BP on its highly contentious acquisition of Woolworths’ national network of 527 retail service station and development sites, and advises Dell on all of its competition and consumer protection issues. Brisbane-based Eddie Scuderi, who has ‘great knowledge of the relevant regulatory landscape’, is advising the state of Queensland on proposed amendments to the Competition and Consumer Act. The practice also has expertise in Chinese international trade matters.

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