James Ashe-Taylor

Constantine Cannon (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

James Ashe-Taylor is a member of Constantine Cannon’s Antitrust Litigation and Counseling Practice Group. His practice focuses on competition law at European Community level and in the United Kingdom. He specialises in merger control, state aid and the antitrust aspects of joint ventures, distribution and agency agreements. He has significant experience in European cartel investigations with a private US litigation dimension and has represented clients (both companies and individuals) in a number of recent prominent cases (rubber chemicals, grocery retailing, marine hose, air cargo). A former barrister, Mr. Ashe-Taylor advises on antitrust litigation and has also represented clients before the UK VAT and Duties Tribunal.

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King’s College (London)

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James Ashe-Taylor The UK Competition and Market Authority decides to close its investigations following approval of European interchange fees regulation (MasterCard / Visa)

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UK Competition and Market Authority Shuts Down MasterCard and Visa Probes Following Approval of European Interchange Fees Regulation* The UK Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) announced on Wednesday that it is closing its investigations into MasterCard’s and Visa’s multilateral interchange (...)

James Ashe-Taylor The EU Commission fines a broker for facilitating Yen Libor cartels by serving as communication channel and disseminating misleading information about expected rates (ICAP)

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European Commission Fines London-Based Broker ICAP 14.9 Million Euros For Facilitating Yen Libor Cartels* The European Commission (“EC”) has fined London-based ICAP, the world’s largest broker of interest-rate swaps, for facilitating bank cartels in the market for Yen-denominated interest rate (...)

Ana Rojo Prada, James Ashe-Taylor The European Commission imposes fines of nearly 94 millions euros of four major banks for collusive behaviours (RBS, JPMorgan, UBS, Credit Suisse)

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European Commission Settles Two Swiss Franc-Related Derivatives Investigations* The European Commission has settled two cartel investigations and sanctioned four major banks in the Swiss Franc-related derivatives market, imposing total fines of approximately 94 million euros, for violations of (...)

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