Shahrina is a disputes lawyer who focuses on competition law.
An Australian qualified lawyer, Shahrina joined Hausfeld in August 2023 with extensive experience in competition and consumer law litigation / investigations from working in the enforcement team at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, and the Litigation Unit at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
She has led investigations and litigation into competition and consumer law cases in relation to abuse of dominance, cartel conduct and unfair trading practices.
Additionally, Shahrina was as a compliance advisor at Marie Stopes International, a global charity.
Australian National University, BSc Psychology
Australian National University, Bachelor of Law
Qualified in England & Wales, 2023
As part of the legal team at the Competition Markets Authority in the UK, Shahrina:
• Conducted and managed of CMA litigation in the CAT, including the multi-party joined appeal in the Competition Appeal Tribunal against the CMA’s CA98 Prochlorperazine Decision in the pharmaceutical sector
• Conducted and managed of CMA litigation in the High Court, including applications for Director Disqualification Orders
• The CMA's consumer law investigation into Groupon which resulted in undertakings provided to the CMA
• Advised the CMA's case teams in relation to Phase 2 mergers and advised the CMA Remedies team in relation to designation under the Groceries Supply Code of Practice
As part of the enforcement team at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Shahrina:
• Led multiple teams in investigations of potential breaches of Australian competition and consumer law, including preparing and conducting litigation
• Worked on the Federal Court appeal against LG Electronics Australia for misleading conduct and false representations under the Australian Consumer Law.
At Hausfeld, Shahrina is part of the legal team working on: