John practices broadly in the regulatory field and principally in competition law including industry restructuring initiatives, joint ventures, cartel investigations, leniency applications, merger control, merger intervention, general competition litigation and commercial litigation, before the local South African and regional competition authorities, and South African Courts. He holds both BA and LLB degrees from the University of Cape Town and completed a diploma in competition law at the University of the Witwatersrand. John previously worked as a foreign antitrust adviser in the antitrust group at Howrey LLP in Washington, DC.
John has advised clients on a range of regulatory compliance initiatives including competition law, corruption, white collar crime and consumer protection law programmes. John continues to advise clients in relation to antitrust matters throughout sub-Saharan. John is also an integral member of the white collar crime and fraud practice and has represented various clients in relation to corruption and fraud matters. John regularly advises clients on local and foreign anti-corruption legislation including compliance with the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act of South Africa; the Bribery Act of the United Kingdom and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of the United States of America.