Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (London)

Matthew G. Rose

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (London)
Of Counsel

Matthew Rose, Of Counsel in Orrick’s London office, is a member of the Antitrust and Competition Group. Matthew’s practice focuses mainly on EU and UK competition and regulatory law, including advising on merger control, anti-competitive conduct (including cartels, abuse of dominance and other restrictions on competition) and competition litigation. Matthew undertook an eight-month secondment at the Office of Fair Trading (the UK competition regulator, now the Competition and Markets Authority) during which he provided legal advice on a number of competition enforcement cases.

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Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Washington DC)
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Paris)
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Washington DC)

Articles

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Saira Henry, Douglas Lahnborg, Matthew G. Rose The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy orders a Chinese firm to unwind its acquisition of a Welsh semiconductor wafer factory on national security grounds, reversing its original position (Nexperia / Newport Wafer Fab)

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The UK government has exercised its powers under the UK’s national security and investment regime to unwind Chinese-owned Nexperia’s acquisition of Newport Wafer Fab (“NWF”), a semiconductor wafer factory located in Newport, Wales. This is the third prohibition under this (new) regime and the first (...)

Matthew G. Rose, Douglas Lahnborg, Saira Henry, Marie-Laure Combet The EU Commission publishes guidance and expands its jurisdiction by capturing transactions below the jurisdictional thresholds of national and EU merger control regimes

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The European Commission (“Commission”) is expanding its jurisdiction over transactions by encouraging national competition authorities (“NCAs”) of the EU Member States to ‘refer’ certain transactions to it that fall below the thresholds for mandatory notification at the EU and the national level. On (...)

Douglas Lahnborg, Marie-Laure Combet, Matthew G. Rose The EU Commission goes extraterritorial with its new White Paper that proposes a new set of tools designed to address distortive effects in the internal market caused by subsidies granted by states outside the EU

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The EU State Aid regime has long protected the EU internal market from anti-competitive subsidies granted by EU Member States. On 17 June 2020, the European Commission published a White Paper that proposes a new set of tools designed to address distortive effects in the internal market caused (...)

Matthew G. Rose The EU Commission and National Competition Authorities implement remote working for the vast majority of their workforces, presenting challenges in merger control during the COVID-19 outbreak

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Like most organisations, the European Commission (the "Commission") and national competition authorities ("NCAs") have implemented remote working for the vast majority of their workforces. This presents unique and unprecedented challenges in merger control, one of the regulatory areas with the (...)

Douglas Lahnborg, Matthew G. Rose The UK Competition Authority orders parties to unwind integration during ongoing investigation of completed acquisition (Tobii / Smart box)

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For the first time, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has flexed its regulatory muscles by ordering the unwinding – during the course of its ongoing investigation – of a completed acquisition. In a demonstration of its willingness to use all of the tools at its disposal – regardless (...)

Emily Luken, Jay Jurata, Matthew G. Rose The UK High Court of Justice issues an injunction prohibiting an undertaking from selling wireless telecommunications products in Britain due to its failure to enter into a worldwide patent license (Unwired Planet / Huawei)

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This article has been nominated for the 2018 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”: Unwired Planet v. Huawei and the Dangerous Implications of Worldwide FRAND Licenses I. Introduction The United Kingdom High (...)

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