Andries le Grange

Director

Andries le Grange is a Director in our Competition Law practice. In addition to his competition law expertise, Andries has experience in the general commercial field, including the banking and finance arena.

Andries le Grange

About Andries

About Andries

Andries began his career as a Candidate Attorney in 1996 at Walker Malherbe Godly and Field in Cape Town. He was appointed as an Associate at that firm until 1999 when he moved to Johannesburg, after Walker Malherbe Godley and Field merged with Hofmeyr Herbstein and Gihwala (now Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr). Andries became a Director in 2000.

Credentials

Credentials

Education

  • BCom LLB, University of Stellenbosch
  • LLM, University of Cape Town
  • HDip (Tax), University of Johannesburg
  • Year of admission as an attorney and conveyancer: 1997
  • Registered with the Legal Practice Council

About Andries

Andries began his career as a Candidate Attorney in 1996 at Walker Malherbe Godly and Field in Cape Town. He was appointed as an Associate at that firm until 1999 when he moved to Johannesburg, after Walker Malherbe Godley and Field merged with Hofmeyr Herbstein and Gihwala (now Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr). Andries became a Director in 2000.

Credentials

Education

  • BCom LLB, University of Stellenbosch
  • LLM, University of Cape Town
  • HDip (Tax), University of Johannesburg
  • Year of admission as an attorney and conveyancer: 1997
  • Registered with the Legal Practice Council

News

Don’t count your chickens before they hatch: The Competition Commission’s inquiry into the poultry industry
Competition Law

Don’t count your chickens before they hatch: The Competition Commission’s inquiry into the poultry industry

On 6 February 2023, the Competition Commission (Commission) published its draft terms of reference for its inquiry into the poultry industry (ToR) established in terms of section 43B...

Concurrent jurisdiction: A balancing act between intervention and independence
Competition Law

Concurrent jurisdiction: A balancing act between intervention and independence

The exercise of concurrent jurisdiction between competition authorities and sector-specific regulators has been a contentious topic, particularly where sector-specific pricing is at...

Ain’t no appeal wide enough: New rules for appeals arising from market inquiries
Competition Law

Ain’t no appeal wide enough: New rules for appeals arising from market inquiries

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) has recently announced the release of new Rules Pertaining to Appeals Arising From Market Inquiries Before the Competition...

Trade associations: Viewed by the competition authorities as a “breeding ground” for prohibited practices
Competition Law

Trade associations: Viewed by the competition authorities as a “breeding ground” for prohibited practices

A number of industries have formed associations where competing firms meet to discuss their mutual interests. Such associations play a valuable role as forums for the discussion of...

To share or not to share? A discussion on the Competition Commission’s Guidelines on the Exchange of Competitively Sensitive Information
Competition Law

To share or not to share? A discussion on the Competition Commission’s Guidelines on the Exchange of Competitively Sensitive Information

The Competition Commission (Commission) published its final set of Guidelines on the Exchange of Competitively Sensitive Information between Competitors (Guidelines) on 24 February...

Market recognition

  • Chambers Global 2014–2024 ranked Andries le Grange in Band 4 for competition/antitrust.
  • The Legal 500 EMEA 2014–2023 recommended him for competition.

Market recognition

  • Chambers Global 2014–2024 ranked Andries le Grange in Band 4 for competition/antitrust.
  • The Legal 500 EMEA 2014–2023 recommended him for competition.