David Henry

McDermott Will & Emery (Brussels)
Lawyer/Attorney>Associate

David Henry is an associate in the international law firm of McDermott Will & Emery, based in its Brussels office. His practice focuses on European competition law including merger control, cartels and abuse of dominance, and his clients include companies in the air transport, chemicals, electronics and semi-conductor products, food retailing and digital map industries. He also advises clients in proceedings before the European courts. David has written extensively on competition law, most recently as co-author of “Why the EU Merger Regulation should not Enjoy a Monopoly over Tacit Collusion – A Close Look at Five Common Misconceptions” in : Changes in Competition Policy over the last two decades (2010). David has worked as a research fellow in the field of EU competition law at Liège University and has also worked at the European Parliament in Brussels. He is a Diplock Scholar of the Middle Temple in London and an EU inter-institutional competition laureate. He completed a pupillage at a leading set of commercial chambers in London. Before joining the firm, David worked as an associate at another leading international competition law practice in Brussels.

Distinctions

Auteurs associés

Czech Ministry of Justice (Prague)
Université Catholique de Louvain
Siemens (Brussels)
Jones Day (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
Anheuser-Busch InBev (Leuven)
MAPP (Paris)
McDermott Will & Emery (Paris)

Vidéos

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Articles

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David Henry, Martina Maier, Philipp Werner The EU Court of Justice clarifies the scope of the law in relation to pricing practices of vertically integrated companies in the telecommunications sector (TeliaSonera)

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This article is the winner for the business category, economics section of the 2012 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Introduction On 17 February 2011, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) – on a reference for a preliminary ruling by the (...)

David Henry, Martina Maier, Philipp Werner The EU Court of Justice clarifies the scope of the law in relation to pricing practices of vertically integrated companies in the telecommunications sector (TeliaSonera)

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This article is the winner for the business category, economics section of the 2012 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Introduction On 17 February 2011, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) – on a reference for a preliminary ruling by the (...)

David Henry, Martina Maier, Philipp Werner The European Court of Justice clarifies the scope of the law in relation to pricing practices of vertically integrated companies in the telecommunications sector (TeliaSonera)

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This article is the winner for the business category, economics section of the 2012 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Introduction On 17 February 2011, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) – on a reference for a preliminary ruling by the (...)

David Henry, Martina Maier, Philipp Werner The European Court of Justice clarifies the scope of the law in relation to pricing practices of vertically integrated companies in the telecommunications sector (TeliaSonera)

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This article is the winner for the business category, economics section of the 2012 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Introduction On 17 February 2011, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) – on a reference for a preliminary ruling by the (...)

David Henry The UK Court of Appeal holds that compensatory damages are adequate and that a restitutionary reward is not available in an action for damages resulting from a cartel (Devenish Nutrition / Sanofi-Aventis)

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Introduction In view of the fact that Community law regulates competition, English law is required to provide remedies for violations to persons injured thereby. Indeed, as the European Court of Justice stated in Courage v. Crehan, "the full effectiveness of Article 81 of the Treaty and, in (...)

David Henry The Danish Competition Authority launches an inquiry on possible anti-competitive effects of the exclusive right conferred for port harbour services (Copenhagen Malmö Port’s)

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Against the backdrop of a string of analyses of the abovementioned Act, the Danish competition authority carried out an examination of the competitive effects of Copenhagen Malmö Port’s exclusive right to offer harbour services in Copenhagen Free Port. The Danish competition authority at the same (...)

David Henry The Danish Competition Council held that a professional association had abused its dominant position under both Art. 82 EC and national competition provisions (Rørforeningen)

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Danish Competition Authority, 27 april 2005, Rørforeningen Rorforeningen is an association of Danish wholesalers of plumbing and heating products. All the major wholesalers in Denmark are represented through Rorforeningen. The association carries out a range of activities but the one in casu to (...)

David Henry, Robert Pelikán The Hungarian Competition Authority fines T-Mobile for having misinformed consumers to the detriment of competitors on the basis of national competition provisions (T-Mobile)

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The Hungarian Competition Council initiated proceedings against T-Mobile in order to find out whether it had violated Article 8 paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Hungarian Competition Act and Article 7 paragraphs (2) (b) of the Hungarian Act on Business Advertising Activity, through advertising the (...)

David Henry The Cypriot national competition authority imposes a fine for an abuse of dominant position to an association of agricultural producers (Yeomilo Trading/Cyprus Potatoes Trades Association)

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On 16 December 2004, the Cypriot Commission for the Protection of Competition, following a complaint by Yeomilo Trading Ltd, issued a decision that the Cyprus Potatoes Trades Association had infringed section 6 of the Protection of Competition Law 207/89 through abusing its dominant position in (...)

David Henry The Hungarian Competition Council decides that the national newspapers wholesaler is not in a dominant position and rejects the retailers’ complaint despite threat of terminating business relations (Magyar Lapterjesztõ Rt)

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Gazdasági Versenyhivatal, Buvihír Hírlap Kereskedelmi Rt. (Magyar Lapterjesztõ Rt), Vj-45/2004/46, 9 November 2004 In Hungary, Magyar Lapterjesztõ Rt is the owner of all the wholesalers of daily, weekly, monthly and other papers. Magyar Lapterjesztõ Rt divided Hungary up geographically into ten (...)

Cédric Cheneviere, David Henry L’autorité de concurrence finlandaise condamne l’Ordre des architectes pour avoir édicté un règlement professionnel restrictif de concurrence (Finnish Association of Architects, SAFA)

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Fin 2004, l’autorité de concurrence finlandaise a condamné, sur le fondement de l’article 4 de la loi relative au droit de la concurrence, l’Ordre des architectes (“SAFA”) pour avoir édicté un règlement professionnel restrictif de concurrence. Selon ce règlement, si un maître d’ouvrage désirait faire (...)

Cédric Cheneviere, David Henry The Danish national postal operator finds guilty of abuse of dominant position on the market for the distribution of non-addressed items and local weekly papers (Post Danmark/Forbruger-Kontakt)

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On 29 September 2004, the Danish Competition Council adopted a decision whereby Post Danmark A/S, the Danish national postal operator, was found to have abused its dominant position on the market for the distribution of non-addressed items and local weekly papers. The decision stemmed from a (...)

David Henry The Hungarian Competition Authority condemns price concertation, market allocation and bid rigging between undertakings bidding for the construction of a motorway (Betonút, Debmut, Egut, Hidépitõ, Strabag)

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In the summer of 2002, construction works for a motorway in Hungary were put out to tender by the National Motorway Co. Ltd. The tendering process was made up of two distinct procedures as the first procedure (restricted procedure with invitations) was declared ineffective. The subsequent (...)

Cédric Cheneviere, David Henry L’autorité danoise de concurrence censure comme abus de position dominante le non-respect par un éditeur de la réglementation nationale établissant un prix fixe (Gyldendalske Boghandel)

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Le droit danois de la concurrence permet à un éditeur de déterminer un prix de vente fixe pour ses nouvelles parutions, prix qui doit être respecté par tous les vendeurs (librairies, supermarchés, marchands spécialisés, etc...). Le législateur danois entendait créer par cette loi une exception (...)

David Henry The Danish competition authority finds a mobile telephone company in violation of the Danish Competition law for operating a margin squeeze and an illegal bonus system (Song Networks / TDC-SONOFON)

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A Danish provider of fixed line telephony for business customers, Song Networks A/S, complained to the Danish Competition Authority alleging that TDC and SONOFON had engaged in illegal behaviour by : charging excessive prices for mobile termination, engaging in collusive behaviour in connection (...)

Cédric Cheneviere, David Henry Le Conseil de la concurrence hongrois sanctionne une entente à l’occasion d’un appel d’offres public à hauteur de 600 000 € (Baucont/Kész et Középületépít)

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Dans sa décision du 18 mars 2004, le Conseil de la concurrence sanctionne - sévèrement ? - une entente entre entreprises du bâtiment à l’occasion d’un marché public pour l’Université de Kaposvár. En 2001, l’Etat hongrois avait lancé un appel d’offres dans le cadre d’un marché public pour la construction (...)

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