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Simone Fletcher

Simone Fletcher

Herbert Smith Freehills Australia


Simone Fletcher is a Senior Associate in the Disputes group. Simone specialises in corporate regulatory and competition law litigation, and also advises in relation to anti-bribery and corruption issues. Simone holds an LL.M from Stanford Law School, in corporate governance and US securities law.

 

Simone’s recent matters include acting for:

  • a major Australian retail bank in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry;
  • a global investment bank in connection with regulatory investigations into the provision of general advice to retail customers;
  • a payments card network in Federal Court civil penalty proceedings with respect to matters involving currency conversion on payment card transactions;
  • a major bank in defending claims brought by a customer alleging unconscionability, breach of contract, breach of good faith and misuse of market power;

an RBA subsidiary, Note Printing Australia, in proceedings brought under Australia’s bribery provisions.

Simone Fletcher is a Senior Associate in the Disputes group. Simone specialises in corporate regulatory and competition law litigation, and also advises in relation to anti-bribery and corruption issues. Simone holds an LL.M from Stanford Law School, in corporate governance and US securities law.

 

Simone’s recent matters include acting for:

  • a major Australian retail bank in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry;
  • a global investment bank in connection with regulatory investigations into the provision of general advice to retail customers;
  • a payments card network in Federal Court civil penalty proceedings with respect to matters involving currency conversion on payment card transactions;
  • a major bank in defending claims brought by a customer alleging unconscionability, breach of contract, breach of good faith and misuse of market power;

an RBA subsidiary, Note Printing Australia, in proceedings brought under Australia’s bribery provisions.

Simone Fletcher is a Senior Associate in the Disputes group. Simone specialises in corporate regulatory and competition law litigation, and also advises in relation to anti-bribery and corruption issues. Simone holds an LL.M from Stanford Law School, in corporate governance and US securities law.

 

Simone’s recent matters include acting for:

  • a major Australian retail bank in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry;
  • a global investment bank in connection with regulatory investigations into the provision of general advice to retail customers;
  • a payments card network in Federal Court civil penalty proceedings with respect to matters involving currency conversion on payment card transactions;
  • a major bank in defending claims brought by a customer alleging unconscionability, breach of contract, breach of good faith and misuse of market power;

an RBA subsidiary, Note Printing Australia, in proceedings brought under Australia’s bribery provisions.

Simone Fletcher is a Senior Associate in the Disputes group. Simone specialises in corporate regulatory and competition law litigation, and also advises in relation to anti-bribery and corruption issues. Simone holds an LL.M from Stanford Law School, in corporate governance and US securities law.

Simone’s recent matters include acting for:

  • a major Australian retail bank in the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry;
  • a global investment bank in connection with regulatory investigations into the provision of general advice to retail customers;
  • a payments card network in Federal Court civil penalty proceedings with respect to matters involving currency conversion on payment card transactions;
  • a major bank in defending claims brought by a customer alleging unconscionability, breach of contract, breach of good faith and misuse of market power;
  • an RBA subsidiary, Note Printing Australia, in proceedings brought under Australia’s bribery provisions.

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