United Kingdom's Competition Authority - CMA (London)

Nathalie Lobel-Lastmann

United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)
Principal Case Officer

Nathalie Lobel-Lastmann is a French lawyer and a UK solicitor. She joined the Markets and Projects’ group of the Office of Fair Trading in 2008. Her practice focuses on UK and EC cartels and behavioural matters across a variety of sectors. Prior to this, Nathalie gained significant experience in merger control and antitrust laws within the competition team of Fried Frank in London and Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier in Paris. She has advised corporate clients in large cross-border transactions and high-profile antitrust litigation with a particular focus on media and private equity matters. Nathalie was educated in France (LLM in European Law and MBA at EM Lyon) and in Toronto (MBA at York University). She contributed to the sixth edition of the Bellamy & Child handbook as the correspondent editor for France. She is a member of the Competition Law Association and the co-founder of the French legal advice clinic in London.

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United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)

Articles

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Nathalie Lobel-Lastmann The UK Court of Appeal addresses the issue of the duty of sincere cooperation between national competition authorities and the European institutions in the context of merger control (Ryanair / Aer Lingus)

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Summary In 2012 the low-cost company Ryanair flew twice to the Court of Appeal in the UK, in an attempt to further explore the duty of sincere cooperation between national competition authorities and the European institutions. Ryanair did not get good value for money: at both occasions it was (...)

Nathalie Lobel-Lastmann The UK Court of Appeal’s judgment in the Marine Hoses cartel shows the interplay between UK criminal investigation and US plea agreement (Whittle / Allison & Brammar)

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The Marine Hoses Cartel has been a test case on several grounds: parallel and coordinated dawn raids by the European Commission, the OFT and the US DoJ; first criminal prosecution to be brought under the new Criminal Cartel Offence in the UK; use of DVD covertly recording of a cartel meeting (...)

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