Alexandra Brown

Hogan Lovells (London)
Lawyer (Associate)

Alexandra Brown is an associate practising competition and EU law at Hogan Lovells’ London office. She has a broad range of EC and UK competition experience advising clients operating in a wide range of sectors, including general automotive, manufacturing, media and financial services. She is experienced in advising on the application of EC and UK competition law to various types of commercial agreements including both horizontal and vertical arrangements. In addition, she has experience of UK and EC merger regulation having worked on high profile transactions. She has also advised on the application of competition law to the activities of clients with a strong market presence and more generally on behavioural issues and commercial activities. Most recently Alexandra has been involved in the successful appeal against the OFT’s decision concerning the setting of MasterCard’s interchange fees in the UK;

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Alexandra Brown The UK Court of Appeal overturns the High Court’s finding that British Horseracing Board has abused its dominant position by charging excessive and discriminatory prices (Attheraces / BHB)

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On 2 February 2007, the Court of Appeal handed down a judgment upholding the British Horseracing Board’s appeal against the High Court’s judgment finding that BHB had abused its dominant position in (a) refusing to supply the relevant product (pre-race data) to an existing customer (Attheraces (...)

Alexandra Brown The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal dismisses an appeal against an Ofcom decision which found that a telecom operator had not infringed Art. 82 EC nor Chapt. II prohibition of the UK Competition Act by disconnecting access to SIM cards (Vodafone / Floe Telecom)

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Background On 31 August 2006, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) dismissed an appeal by Floe Telecom Limited (in administration) (“Floe”) against a decision of the Office of Communications (“OFCOM”) dated 28 June 2005 that Vodafone Limited (“Vodafone”) had not infringed section 18 (the (...)

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