Representative Legal Matters
Advised a number of major international companies on cartel investigations and immunity applications with the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, the Australian Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, the United Kingdom Competition and Markets Authority, and the European Commission.
Acted for a multinational corporation in relation to the first ever complaint under the Myanmar Competition Law 2015, including dealing directly with both the Police Department and the Ministry of Commerce (Competition Policy Department).
Advised international companies on the development and implementation of their corporate compliance programmes, including competition law, and anti-bribery and corruption training. Rowan has experience in implementing and conducting these programmes in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the European Union.
Represented major investment corporations on the sale, acquisition and construction of toll road infrastructure in Victoria and Queensland, specifically in relation to the competition and regulatory aspects of the transactions.
Acted for a major international company on the processes around conducting a global investigation into anti-bribery and corruption compliance for the purpose of possible reporting under United Kingdom and European Union law.
Advised an Australian investment fund in respect of it's acquisition of a gas pipeline system.
Assisted major coal producers on port and rail developments in Queensland and the Hunter Valley, including the Central Queensland Coal Network, the Standard User Funding Agreements, DBCT, Abbot Point and the Port Warratah Coal Services.
Advised a bidder on the acquisition of the Port of Newcastle.
Represented and advised major Australian companies on all aspects of consumer law.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Queensland Law Society - Member
- High Court of Australia~Australia (2014)
- Supreme Court of Queensland~Australia (2013)
- Bond University (LLB Hons)
- Bond University (BIR Global Governance and Politics / Diplomacy)
- University of Melbourne (MCCL (Hons))