is counsel and a practising UK barrister, focusing on European competition law, including merger control, cartels and abuse of dominance, and the interaction between antitrust and IP. He represents companies and trade associations in the aluminium, air transport, car parts, chemicals, electronics, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, power generation, food retailing and financial services sectors. He advises clients in proceedings before the European courts and national competition authorities. David has written extensively on competition law.
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