John Oxenham

John Oxenham practises broadly in the regulatory field and principally in competition law including industry restructuring initiatives, joint ventures, cartel investigations, leniency applications, merger control, merger intervention, general competition litigation and commercial litigation, before the local South African and regional competition authorities and South African courts. He holds both BA and LLB degrees from the University of Cape Town and completed a diploma in competition law at the University of the Witwatersrand. John previously worked as a foreign antitrust adviser in the antitrust group at Howrey LLP in Washington, DC. John has advised clients on a range of regulatory compliance initiatives including competition law, corruption, white-collar crime and consumer protection law programmes. John continues to advise clients in relation to antitrust matters throughout sub-Saharan Africa and advised, in conjunction with Geroudis, the Mauritian Competition Commission on the implementation of its merger guidelines and procedural rules.

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