Christina (Nina) Greyling joined Nortons as an Associate in April 2019.
Since joining Nortons, she has been involved in several high-profile competition law matters, including assisting clients in relation to contested and complex merger proceedings (such as the Senwes / Suidwes merger). Together with the Nortons’ team, she was involved in opposed mergers, inter alia, the Naspers / We Buy Cars merger, which was ultimately prohibited by the Tribunal. In addition to advising in regard to a range of merger related matters, she has also assisted various clients in relation to corporate leniency applications to the Commission, cartel investigations, assisting clients in resisting excessive pricing complaints and other allegations of abuses of dominance.
Nina has gained experience in relation to a wide variety of industries and sectors, which include the telecommunications’ infrastructure, mining, pharmaceuticals, paper and packaging, newspapers and publishing, logistics and distribution as well as the sugar and petroleum sectors.
In addition to the competition law related work which she has done in South Africa, she has also been involved in competition law matters in both Namibia and Zimbabwe.
Nina has also been involved in commercial arbitrations, mediations, High Court litigation, matters before ICASA and investigations by the JSE.
Vumatel/Dark Fibre Africa merger (opposed the merger)
Naspers/WeBuyCars merger (opposed the merger)
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- Commercial Litigation
- Regulatory Matters