Our specialists provide expert support with merger control and antitrust, public procurement and state aid matters. We regularly advise on contentious and non-contentious matters before the EU General Court and Court of Justice in addition to various national courts.
Our full-service practice enables us to provide our clients with a holistic approach to mitigating competition and consumer law risk, as we observe competition authorities increasingly use their consumer law powers alongside competition enforcement powers as a toolkit approach.
We are strongly focused on the risks and opportunities arising from the UK’s exit from the EU, from the additional complexities for merger control and antitrust investigations, to changes to the UK’s subsidy control regime and development of the UK’s new independent trade policy.
"Ambitious and significant" reforms of the water industry are on the way as Water Act receives Royal Assent
Pinsent Masons builds out its Luxembourg office with the hire of funds specialist Dr Jan Saalfrank LLM
Multinationallaw firm Pinsent Masons has advised SUSI Partners and its Asia EnergyTransition Fund on the launch of a renewable energy platform to developlarge-scale renewable assets across Southeast Asia.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has strengthened its corporate team in Australia with the recruitment of partner Andrew Fisken.