Suyong Kim

Hogan Lovells (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Partner and head of UK antitrust and competition practice specialising in UK and EC competition law, including merger control, joint ventures and other commercial arrangements, and also contentious matters such as cartels and abuse of market power inquiries. Also advises on competition and regulatory issues in relation to the regulated utilities with particular experience in the media, telecommunications, financial services and energy sectors.

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Eric Paroche, Sabrina Borocci, Casto Gonzalez-Paramo, Mark Jones, Suyong Kim, Falk Schöning, Marc Schweda The EU Commission authorises State aid measure following the COVID-19 outbreak to help companies cover their immediate liquidity needs through bank loans guaranteed by EU member states

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The first State aid measures authorized by the European Commission (Commission) following the COVID-19 outbreak were aimed at helping companies to cover their immediate liquidity needs, mainly through bank loans guaranteed by EU Member States. The significant losses incurred by companies as a (...)

Falk Schöning, Christopher Thomas, Sabrina Borocci, Myrto Tagara, Suyong Kim, Eric Paroche, Ákos Kovách The EU Commission announces that companies were encouraged to delay new merger notifications until further notice because of the complexities and disruptions caused by the current COVID-19 outbreak

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The current COVID-19 pandemic is posing unprecedented challenges on our public health systems and communities. It is also heavily impacting economic activity, including for companies in the midst of M&A or joint venture transactions. Deals that are subject to merger control review in the (...)

Suyong Kim The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal rules on the obligation for the OFT to refer a merger case to the Competition Commission whenever there is doubt about whether it would result in a substantial lessening of competition (IBA Health)

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On 3 December 2003, the Competition Appeal Tribunal in the UK upheld an application by IBA Health Ltd for judicial review against the Office of Fair Trading’s decision not to refer the anticipated merger between iSoft Plc and Torex Plc to the Competition Commission for detailed investigation. (...)

Suyong Kim The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal rules on the obligation for the OFT to refer a merger case to the Competition Commission whenever there is doubt about whether it would result in a substantial lessening of competition (IBA Health)

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On 3 December 2003, the Competition Appeal Tribunal in the UK upheld an application by IBA Health Ltd for judicial review against the Office of Fair Trading’s decision not to refer the anticipated merger between iSoft Plc and Torex Plc to the Competition Commission for detailed investigation. (...)

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