Torrin heads Bell Gully’s market-leading competition/antitrust law practice, which has been voted “Elite” by GCR for the past ten years. He consistently attracts high praise from clients, with one describing him as ‘excellent, very practical and solutions-focused’. He is ranked as a leading competition lawyer in major publications, including in Chambers Asia Pacific 2015 where he is again ranked in Band 1.
Torrin advises on the full spectrum of competition related matters – with particular expertise on cross-border M&A and cartel leniency issues, having acted on a number of successful applications for leniency under the Commerce Commission’s Leniency Policy. His work also includes acting for corporate clients to successfully resolve Commerce Commission investigations into alleged cartel and market power conduct and working with clients to develop and implement effective compliance programmes.
He is also the principal day-to-day competition law contact for many of the region’s largest companies, including Air New Zealand. Torrin can call on strong working relationships with regulators to resolve his clients’ legal issues quickly and effectively.