focuses his practice on EU and UK competition law, including merger control, anticompetitive agreements, abuse of dominance and sectoral regulation. He has represented clients before the European Commission, Competition and Markets Authority, Competition Appeal Tribunal, and Court of Appeal. Paul joined Cleary in 2011 and became counsel in 2015. He was previously deputy director of Competition Policy at the UK Office of Fair Trading. Recent articles include: “Payment Services in the EU: Price Regulation to Protect a Duopoly” (2020); “Agency Agreements and Subcontracting Agreements” (2020); and a UK-focused chapter on dominance and monopolies (2019).
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