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Comment: How court rulings reinvigorated Australia's 'attempted to induce' antitrust offenses

By James Panichi
  • 16 Aug 2023 08:16
  • 17 Aug 2023 00:42
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the recent lawsuit brought against Australian ventilation-maintenance company Delta Building Automation was a corruption prosecution. Extraordinary revelations pointing to a network of intrigue involving companies bidding for a tender with Australia’s national art gallery became hard to ignore — particularly as they enveloped staff and

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James Panichi

Senior Editor, Asia Pacific

James, an Australian journalist with over 25 years’ experience in print and electronic media, helps to oversee MLex’s coverage of regulatory risk in Asia, with special attention to Australia and New Zealand. In 2016, James was appointed as MLex’s managing editor for continental Europe, overseeing the Brussels bureau’s coverage of EU regulatory affairs and managing a team of 16 journalists in Brussels and Geneva. Previously James worked for the European Voice newspaper, before joining the European operation of US political website Politico as an investigative reporter specializing in governance, transparency and lobbying.

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