Dietrich Marquardt is a competition/antitrust & regulatory lawyer based in Sydney, who has practised at Norton Rose Fulbright since 2018, prior to which he was at another firm. He acts for Australian and international corporate clients on all aspects of competition law, including in relation to transactional, contentious and advisory work. He is highly commercial in his approach and has great rapport with clients. Dietrich regularly advises on the regulatory and competition aspects of highly complex multi-jurisdictional matters, in order to achieve clients’ strategic and commercial objectives. Dietrich has extensive experience advising on complex domestic and cross-border merger clearances, third party access regimes, anticompetitive conduct, international trade regulations, as well as advising on other collaborative arrangements within the bounds of competition law, such as the structuring of joint venture arrangements. He also has experience representing clients in relation to cartel conduct investigations and immunity applications.. Additionally, Dietrich has a detailed understanding of TMT law in numerous jurisdictions, having acted for clients on a number of advisory and transactional matters, including M&A/JVs, infrastructure rollouts, satellite and tower deals, market entry, and matters relating to accessing spectrum, whilst developing and advising upon strategies to mitigate and manage the regulatory risks associated with such matters.
Digital disruption of competition law: Rethinking market definitionNorton Rose Fulbright, Nick McHugh and Dietrich Marquardt, February 2022
Evaluating the role of efficiencies in merger review: Should they form a key component of the merger review process?Competition & Consumer Law Journal (LexisNexis), Dietrich Marquardt, July 2022, Volume 29