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Christine Wong

Christine Wong

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Christine is a commercial litigator focussing on regulatory investigations and enforcement.

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Experience

Christine is an experienced commercial litigator with a breadth of experience advising clients on significant civil disputes as well as regulatory matters and investigations.

Her experience includes advising:

  • a major financial institution in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry
  • a range of clients in ACCC competition enforcement proceedings (both civil and criminal), including TPG, Rexel, Caltex, Metcash and a major global bank
  • companies in responding to regulatory notices
  • publicly listed Australian companies and senior individuals on bribery issues, including regulatory and internal investigations
  • an investment arm of the PNG Government in a contractual dispute involving the market value of certain securities under an exchangeable bond
  • South32 in a number of disputes arising under a coal supply agreement with BlueScope in the NSW Supreme Court
  • GPT Group in respect of a securities class action

 

Background

Christine holds a combined Arts and Laws (First Class Honours) degree from the University of Sydney.

She was admitted to practice as a solicitor in New South Wales, Australia, the Federal Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia in December 2010.

Market Recognition 

White Collar Crime Rising Star, Legal 500 2021 & 2022
Litigation Rising Star, Doyles 2020
Regulatory, Compliance & Investigations Rising Star, Legal 500 2020
Acritas Star Lawyer, 2018

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