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Katrina Groshinski

Katrina Groshinski



  • Antitrust Advisory
  • Access and Regulated Industries
  • Cartels
  • Administrative Law

WSG Practice Industries



Katrina is a leading competition and regulatory lawyer, acting for both private and government clients advising on merger clearances, competition related litigation and investigations, authorisations, third party infrastructure access, price regulation, and consumer protection. She regularly deals with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and advises on transactions requiring foreign investment approval.

She has particular expertise in heavily regulated industries such as financial services, transport, energy and water - acting for industry participants, infrastructure owners, government and independent statutory regulators. She advises clients on all aspects of the operation of regulatory frameworks including the design of new frameworks, the optimal application and amendment of existing regimes the contexts of both privatisations and ongoing legislative reform.

Katrina's experience in both corporate advisory and dispute resolution, means she is able to advise and represent her clients' interests throughout the entire transaction or regulatory process and offer strategic advice in relation to any disputes which have a high degree of technical and economic complexity.

Katrina is practice group head of the Sydney Commercial and Regulatory group. She is also a member of the Competition and Consumer Committee of the Law Council of Australia.

Katrina recently co-edited Competition Law in Asia Pacific: A practical guide.


Areas of Practice

Access and Regulated Industries | Administrative Law | Antitrust Advisory | Cartels | Competition and Market Regulation | Compliance | Consumer Protection | Electricity | Energy and Resources | Government | Infrastructure | Merger Clearance | Oil and Gas | Public Sector Governance | Rail | Regulatory Investigations and Litigation | Renewables and Embedded Generation | Statutory Interpretation | Technology | Technology, Media and Telecommunications | Telecommunications | Water

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • Member of the Competition and Consumer Committee
  • Member of Law Council of Australia

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