Alec J. Burnside

Dechert (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Alec Burnside is a Partner at Dechert’s Brussels office. He is a competition law specialist with three decades of experience in advising on major multinational transactions and other antitrust issues. Alec’s wide-ranging sector experience spans consumer products, energy, financial services, IT, manufacturing, military, natural resources, pharmaceuticals, telecoms, and transport and logistics. He has lived in Brussels since 1989. Alec studied at Downing College, Cambridge ; College of Law, London ; and the Institut d’Etudes Européennes, Brussels. He is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and a foreign member of the Brussels Bar, as well as an Associate of the Institute of Linguists (London) admitted in French and German.

Auteurs associés

MAPP (Paris)
DG COMP (Brussels)
Dechert (Brussels)
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (London)
DG COMP (Brussels)
Allen & Overy (London)
AMC Economics (London)
CRA International (London)

Articles

717 Bulletin

Alec J. Burnside, Anthony V. Nanni, Charles F. Rule, Joseph J. Bial, Samer B. Korkor The US DOJ annouces first successful extradition based on antitrust charges (Romano Pisciotti)

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On Friday, April 4, 2014, the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division (“DOJ”) announced that, for the first time ever, the DOJ successfully extradited “an alleged price-fixer” on an antitrust charge. Romano Pisciotti, a 62 year old Italian national traveling through Germany, is the (...)

Alec J. Burnside Minority Shareholdings : An overview of EU and national case law

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Minority shareholdings feature routinely in EU antitrust law. While there is no customised regime specific to them, in most respects they have been satisfactorily accommodated within the general rules. The European Commission’s June 2013 consultation document invited views on the utility of (...)

421 Revue

Agustin Reyna, Alec J. Burnside, Philippe Chappatte, Sarah de Morant Digital economy and consumer welfare (Online markets and offline welfare effects : The Internet, competition, society and democracy - Oxford, 22 May 2017)

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Alors que le Oxford English Dictionary définit le « bien-être » comme « la santé, le bonheur et la fortune d’une personne ou d’un groupe », il n’est pas si simple de définir le bien-être du consommateur dans le contexte d’internet. Des changements graduels introduits par des plateformes disposant d’un (...)

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