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Tel Bodiam is a competition and regulatory lawyer based in Sydney. Tel focuses on competition and consumer law litigation and regulatory investigations.
Tel has extensive experience in dealing with competition and consumer law litigation including cartel conduct, exclusive dealing, misleading and deceptive conduct and unconscionable conduct. In a previous role, Tel acted for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in a number of competition and consumer law matters over a period of nearly 10 years, including at an appellate level.
- Bachelor of Laws (University Medal, First Class Honours), Griffith University (2008)
- Bachelor of Commerce, Griffith University (2008)
- Supreme Court of Queensland 2010
- Acted for the ACCC in the Flight Centre litigation including ACCC v Flight Centre Ltd (No 2) (2013) 307 ALR 209 (liability); ACCC v Flight Centre Ltd (No 3) (2014) 234 FCR 325 (penalty); before the Full Federal Court in Flight Centre Ltd v ACCC (2015) 234 FCR 367; in the High Court of Australia in ACCC v Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd (2016) 261 CLR 203 and on remittal before the Full Federal Court in Flight Centre Ltd v ACCC (No 2) (2018) 260 FCR 68.
- Acted for the ACCC in ACCC v Air New Zealand Ltd; ACCC v PT Garuda Indonesia Ltd (2014) 319 ALR 388 and various air cargo settlements.
- Acted for the ACCC in ACCC v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd; ACCC v Macquarie Bank Ltd  FCA 1516.
- Acted for the ACCC in ACCC v Oakmoore Pty Ltd  FCA 1169; ACCC v Oakmoore Pty Ltd (No 2)  FCA 1170; ACCC v Oakmoore Pty Ltd  FCA 1472.
- Acted for the ACCC in ACCC v Titan Marketing Pty Ltd  FCA 913.
- Acted for the ACCC in ACCC v Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd  FCA 1263 (liability); ACCC v Virgin Australia Airlines Pty Ltd (No 2)  FCA 204 (penalty); ACCC v Jetstar Airways Pty Limited (No 2)  FCA 205 (penalty).
- Acted for the ACCC in ACCC v ABGPages Pty Ltd  FCA 764.
- Assisted the ACCC with a number of Australian Consumer Law investigations.
- Acted for the ATO in NGFZ and Commissioner of Taxation (Taxation)  AATA 5410.
- Acted for the ATO in a public examination involving a bankrupt in the Federal Court of Australia.
- Acted for Commonwealth agencies in various litigation matters, including the Australian Federal Police, the Department of Human Services, the Australian Crime Commission (as it then was) and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (as it then was).