Fleur Gibbons focuses on competition and access law, as well as economic regulation. She advises on antitrust/restrictive trade practices, including cartels, market sharing arrangement, exclusive dealing and anti-competitive agreements and merger clearances, as well as access and economic regulation of network industries, including in particular the electricity, gas and telecommunications industries.

Fleur has acted in competition, access and economic regulatory matters both for regulators and for the corporate clients appearing before them. In particular, she has extensive experience in successfully representing both the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and corporate clients in access and economic regulatory proceedings in the Australian Competition Tribunal.

During her 14 years in the firm's Competition and Regulation team, Fleur has also been seconded to both the National Competition Council and the Australian Competition Tribunal to work on access regulatory matters under both the national regime for infrastructure access and the national gas pipeline access regime, and the Tribunal's review of the ACCC's decision not to authorise the Qantas/Air New Zealand Alliance under the Act, respectively.

Fleur's experience provides her with unique insight into the approach and workings of both key regulators and review bodies in competition, access and economic regulatory matters.