Johnson Winter & Slattery is engaged by major businesses, investment funds and government agencies as legal counsel on important transactions and disputes throughout Australia and surrounding regions.
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We have unique and significant expertise in advising infrastructure owners, access seekers and regulators on all aspects of third party access regulation and pricing. With an ability to understand the differing investment horizons and value realisation strategies of various parties, our clients include project developers, Australian and international investors, infrastructure users and regulators.
Our team’s diverse experience in the infrastructure sector includes advising on:
We advise on project development, financing, operation and maintenance and access and on the sale and purchase of infrastructure assets. Our lawyers have advised both sellers and buyers in infrastructure privatisations.
Infrastructure in Australia is regulated at state and federal levels. As an Australian law firm, we have unique and significant expertise in advising on all aspects of third party access regulation and pricing. This includes complex access agreements between infrastructure owners and access seekers and representing clients in regulatory processes, pricing reviews and appeals.
Participants in Australia’s infrastructure sector are, as a general rule, already familiar with the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) and Australia’s foreign investment regime.
Governments and businesses around the world are dealing with a new paradigm and greater uncertainty in the face of COVID-19.
With the introduction of the new Regulator, we can expect an increased focus on compliance with water laws in NSW.
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