Kai Lintunen

Fujitsu (Helsinki)
Legal Counsel

Kai Lintunen has been Legal Counsel at Fujitsu Finland since 2009. He has highly committed senior legal and commercial support for international and domestic ICT deals in the large deals sector. Prior to joining Fujitsu, he was Senior Associate with Hannes Snellman working in the Technology Group and an Associate at White & Case Helsinki office where he advised Finnish and international clients in M&A, corporate practice and competition law areas. He has experience from a wide range of international business law issues, in particular, contractual cross-border transactions, regulatory issues and intellectual property rights. He has a Finnish law degree (Turku University, LL.M 2002), a Finnish business degree (Turku School of Economics, Ms.Sc. (Econ.) 2005) and a European law degree (Hanover University, MLE 2002). In addition to his native Finnish, his working languages include English, Swedish and German.


12770 Bulletin

Kai Lintunen The Finnish Competition Authority clears a merger in the electricity market subject to divestitures and supply of virtual capacities (Fortum Power-Heat / E.ON Finland Oy)


In its decision of June 22nd, 2006, the Finnish Competition Authority (the “FCA”) cleared the acquisition of control of E.ON Finland Oyj (“E.ON Finland” ), a member of the international E.ON AG Group, by Fortum Power and Heat Oy, a subsidiary of the Finland-based energy company Fortum Oyj (...)

Kai Lintunen The Finnish Competition Authority finds no evidence of abuse of dominance by an airline company having declined cooperation with a competitor (Finnair / Flying Finn Oy)


In a recent decision, dated 13 February 2006 (Decision n° 932/61/2993), the Finnish Competition Authority (“FCA”) did not find sufficient grounds to sanction the Finnair Corporation (“Finnair”), a Finland-based airline company, for an alleged abuse of a dominant position. A request of action (...)