Ninette Dodoo

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Hong Kong), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)
Co-Head of Antitrust, Competition and Trade

Ninette Dodoo is counsel and co-head of Freshfields’ antitrust, competition and trade practice in China. She spent over 10 years in Brussels advising clients on EU and multi-jurisdictional matters before relocating to Beijing in 2009 to head the Chinese antitrust practice of another magic circle firm. Ninette specialises in the antitrust and regulatory aspects of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and investigations in Asia-Pacific. She has recently acted on some of the most significant matters in China. She has extensive experience advising multi-national companies, state-owned enterprises and sovereign wealth funds across a range of sectors, including pharmaceuticals, healthcare and life sciences, consumer goods, food and beverages, mining and IT. Ninette has also advised multi-national companies involved in investigation procedures, and has counseled multi-national companies on compliance with antitrust laws.

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Hong Kong)
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)
Anti-Monopoly Committee of the State Council (Beijing)
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Beijing)

Articles

13920 Bulletin

Ninette Dodoo The Belgian Competition Council conditionally clears a merger in phase II between several owners of cable networks for telecommunications services in Wallonia (Tecteo/Brutele - Câble Wallon)

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The operation Following a Phase II review, by decision dated 25 April 2008 the Council authorized the two-stage merger resulting in the acquisition of control by Tecteo of certain cable networks in Wallonia. The concentration involved several associations of local authorities transferring (...)

Ninette Dodoo The Belgian Competition Council abolishes one of the conditions imposed in the context of a merger clearance in the markets of cable infrastructure and pay television channels, related to the obligation on the acquirer - a cable operator - to make available the premium content pay television channel on alternative infrastructures (NV Telenet Bidco/NV Canal+)

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The operation At the request of the acquirer, a cable operator, the Belgian Competition Council abolishes one of the conditions imposed in the context of a merger clearance in the markets of cable infrastructure and pay television channels. The Competition Council’s review concerned the (...)

Ninette Dodoo The Belgian Competition Council cleared a merger in the markets for parking area concessions and motorway restaurant services subject to remedies, including prohibition on bidding for new concessions, or prolonging existing ones and termination of certain supply obligations and fidelity rebate schemes (Autogrill/Carestel)

2017

The operation By decision dated 9 October 2006, the Belgian Competition Council authorised the merger between Autogrill and Carestel subject to remedies. The merger combined the parties’ fast food and commercial catering activities. The market(s) concerned by remedy(ies) The Belgian (...)

Ninette Dodoo The Belgian Competition Council approves the acquisition of a financial newspaper subject to conditions, including a prohibition on tied offers of newspapers or of advertising space and a prohibition on applying discriminatory conditions to the supply of financial information to the written press in Belgium (Editeco - Les Echos)

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The operation NV Uitgeversbedrijf De Tijd, owned by NV Rossel & Cie. and NV De Persgroep, acquired all the shares of NV Editeco, owner of the "Les Echos" financial newspaper. The original transaction was notified and approved on 26 January 2004 (2004-C/C-16). Third parties appealed the (...)

Ninette Dodoo The Belgian Competition Council conditionally cleared an acquisition in the funeral insurance market subject to non-discrimination and other behavioural remedies (Dela Holding/Sophia Group/Waterland Equity Fund/BVBA)

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By the operation cleared by the Belgian Competition Council in phase I (extended at the request of the parties) on 10 June 2005, N.V. Dela Holding, active in the funeral insurance and related services sector, acquires N.V. Sophia Group, a Belgian company that runs funeral homes in Belgium. The (...)

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