Jennifer Dean > Johnson Winter & Slattery > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Johnson Winter & Slattery Offices
20 BOND STREET
SYDNEY NSW 2000
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Jennifer is a highly regarded competition and regulatory lawyer whose practice has a strong technology, media and telecommunications focus.
She advises clients on ACCC merger clearance processes, ACCC inquiries and investigations, anti-competitive conduct issues, cartel matters, joint ventures and consumer law issues.
Jennifer also assists clients in relation to regulated access to infrastructure and services and sector-specific regulation.
Jennifer is recognised as a rising star in the areas of Data protection, Media and entertainment by Asia Pacific Legal 500.
Admission: ACT Supreme Court
Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Australian National University
Bachelor of Arts, University of Sydney
Lawyer Rankings(Rising Stars) (Rising stars)
The media group at Johnson Winter & Slattery employs its experience and advanced AI tools to provide solutions for a roster of major multimedia clients, including commercial television broadcasters, newspapers, magazines, tech multinationals, and motion picture companies. Led from the Sydney office by media law specialist Kevin Lynch the team advises such household names as Microsoft, Verizon, and the Seven Network, across the tech, entertainment, education, and health care sectors. The group’s full range of services covers defamation, pre-publication matters, and media venture capital matters. The team is backed by pre-publication expert Sam Johnson in Sydney and dispute negotiation specialist Eve Thomson in Adelaide. The team has also been boosted since senior associate Jennifer Dean joined from Corrs Chambers Westgarth.
- Rising stars - Australia > Media and entertainment
- Rising Stars - Australia > Data protection
- Media and entertainment - Australia
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution: class actions
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Energy (transactions and regulatory)
- Media and entertainment
- Banking and finance
- Competition and trade
- Corporate and M&A
- Labour and employment
- Natural resources (transactions and regulatory)
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Financial services regulatory
- IT and telecoms
- White-collar crime
- Real estate
- Capital markets