Covington & Burling (Seoul)

Laurie-Anne Grelier

Covington & Burling (Seoul)
Lawyer (Associate)

Laurie-Anne Grelier is an associate at Covington & Burling, previously in Brussels, and currently in Seoul. She assists companies with navigating complex areas of European competition law, including cartel investigations, the clearance of mergers, the structuring of distribution, collaborative and other commercial arrangements, and issues related to abuse of dominant position. She has assisted clients in a number of cartel cases before competition authorities in the EU, as well as in related damage claims or challenges before the EU courts.

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Christian Ahlborn, Laurie-Anne Grelier, Carole Maczkovics, James Marshall, Melissa Van Schoorisse, Sibel Yilmaz, Johan Ysewyn The EU Commission publishes the Implementing Regulation for the Foreign Subsidies regime


What does the new EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR) mean for companies doing business in the EU?* The EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR) adopted in December 2022 creates a new instrument to prevent foreign subsidies from distorting the European Union (EU) internal market. It aims to (...)

Peter Camesasca, Laurie-Anne Grelier, Sophie Bertin, Johan Ysewyn, Horst Henschen, Katherine Kingsbury, Sebastian Vos The EU Commission proposes a regulation that introduces more scrutiny for companies receiving foreign subsidies


Companies that benefit from non-EU state support or subsidies will soon face heightened scrutiny in the European Union (EU) as the European Commission unveiled on May 5 its proposed Regulation on foreign subsidies distorting the internal market. As its name suggests, the proposed Regulation (...)

Peter Camesasca, Johan Ysewyn, Laurie-Anne Grelier, Phillip H. Warren, Michael J. Fanelli, Derek Ludwin The EU Court of Justice confirms that the exchange of sensitive information could constitute a cartel (Dole Food)


In an important ruling rendered March 19, 2015 in the Bananas case, the EU’s top court definitively upheld the EU Commission’s expansive view of cartel conduct and held that no “fix” (as in agreement) is needed for the EU to conclude that cartel activities have occurred. It is no secret that (...)

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