Susan Bright

Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse (London)

In December 2022, Susan Bright was appointed CEO at EIDA, the Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse which vision is for all businesses to support their people by taking action on domestic abuse. Susan Bright was a partner in Hogan Lovells’ Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation (ACER) practice for 24 years. She advised on the merger control aspects of acquisitions and joint ventures, represented clients in investigations by the European Commission and the UK competition authorities, defended clients in damages claims, advised on competition law aspects of commercial arrangements and advised on competition compliance issues.


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Susan Bright, Charles Brasted, Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte, Angus Coulter, Christopher Hutton The EU Commission publishes an assessment and seeks feedback on its initiative to define the application of EU competition law to collective bargaining agreements for self-employed workers


On 6 January 2021, the European Commission published an "Inception Impact Assessment" seeking feedback on an initiative aimed at defining EU competition law’s scope of application to "self-employed" workers (in advance of an open public consultation anticipated for spring 2021). This is part (...)

Erin Anderson, Susan Bright The UK Competition Authority concludes that an agreement between banks to set a default interchange fee is restrictive of competition and contrary to both EC and national mirror competition provision (MasterCard)


On 6 September 2005, the UK Office of Fair Trading (“OFT”) announced its Decision following a long running investigation of MasterCard UK Members Forum Limited (“MMF”) default interchange fee arrangements. The Decision itself was published on 13 October 2005. The OFT concluded that the (...)


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