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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

01 MAY 2014

Competition Law Contributors

Competition Law Contributors

John Cassels


John is a partner in Field Fisher Waterhouse's Competition and EU Regulatory Group.

John has advised on many complex and high profile competition matters, including a number of multi-jurisdictional cartel and merger investigations. He has carried out compliance audits and drafted compliance manuals for dominant undertakings, and prepared defences and negotiated settlements with regulators in the UK, EU and US. John has particular expertise in the life sciences, transport and financial services sectors.

John also has a public procurement and state aid practice and worked in government for three years where he advised the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (now the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills) on the sale of the Government's stake in British Energy to EDF Energy.

John regularly contributes to trade magazines and other publications on current competition matters and speaks at conferences and events.

Mark Furse

Mark is Professor of Competition Law and Policy at the University of Glasgow. Mark has higher degrees in both law and economics. He has been working with UK and EU competition law for over 25 years, and has written leading texts in the subject. He has, with Tim Frazer, been the joint-editor of UKCLR and CompAR since the inception of the reports in 1999. In addition to his work with UK and EU competition law, Mark has a strong interest in competition law in East Asia, and in the Chinese regime in particular.

Law of Cartels

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UK Competition Law Reports

UK Competition Law Reports

A comprehensive service bringing together the case-law of the Competition Appeal Tribunal

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