Baker Botts (London)

Dina Jubrail

Baker Botts (London)

Dina Jubrail is an associate in the London office. Ms. Jubrail’s practice focuses on all aspects of EU and UK competition law, including mergers and acquisitions, abuse of dominance investigations, EU and UK litigation, State aid and antitrust counseling. Ms. Jubrail has particular experience in the telecommunications, information technology and maritime industries. She also has an in-depth knowledge of the relationship between competition and regulatory law in the digital sphere, as well as on the intersection between IP and antitrust. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Jubrail was an associate in Brussels at another international law firm. Ms. Jubrail also gained experience as a Competition & Regulatory Lawyer in the London office of a large telecommunications company.

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2338 Bulletin

Catriona Hatton, Matthew Levitt, Dina Jubrail, Stuart Blythe, Nigel Stacey, Derek Jones The UK Government proposes screening powers for certain deals on national security grounds


This week, the UK Government announced new draft powers under the National Security and Investment Bill (the ‘Bill’) to screen certain deals on national security grounds. The proposals apply to takeovers and investments (including minority share acquisitions) by foreign buyers in a wide range of (...)

Maureen K. Ohlhausen, Catriona Hatton, Adam Dawson, Paul Lugard, Matthew Levitt, Dina Jubrail The EU Commission launches consultations on ex-ante competition enforcement in platform-based and other industries


Recently, the European Commission (“EC”) launched two major public consultations for new legislative tools intended to step up antitrust enforcement in digital and other markets. One consultation relates to a new competition enforcement tool that would allow the EC to pro-actively intervene in (...)

Dina Jubrail, Matthew Levitt The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal rejects an appeal against the Competition Authority’s merger decision in the cleaning chemicals sector (Ecolab / Holchem)


On 21 April 2020, the Competition Appeals Tribunal (the “CAT”) handed down its judgment (the “Judgment”) rejecting the appeal of Ecolab Inc. (“Ecolab”), a global company incorporated in the US, against the CMA’s merger decision on Ecolab’s acquisition of The Holchem Group Ltd (“Holchem”), a UK-based (...)

Matthew Levitt, Leigh Hancher, Dina Jubrail The UK Competition Authority publishes guidance on its functions to explain the effects of Brexit on the application of competition law in the UK during and after the transition period


The EU and the UK have now both set out their negotiating mandates for the forthcoming trade negotiations. On 25 February 2020, the Council of the EU adopted a formal decision authorising the commencement of trade negotiations with the UK, together with a revised version of the European (...)

Dina Jubrail, Maureen K. Ohlhausen, Matthew Levitt, Daniel Vasbeck The Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf suspends an order of the German Competition Authority on alleged abuse of dominance by a major social network (Facebook)


On 26 August 2019, a German appeal court suspended an order of the German competition authority (the “FCO”) which had found that Facebook’s data processing practices in Germany constituted an abuse of dominance in breach of German antitrust rules (the “decision”). Expressing serious doubts as to the (...)

Graham Brough, Dina Jubrail, Matthew Levitt The EU Commission concludes that the UK’s policy of giving multinational companies total or partial tax exemption for non-trading finance profits constitutes unlawful State aid


Following an investigation opened in October 2017, the European Commission ("EC") has concluded that the UK’s policy (from 2013-2018) of allowing total or partial exemption for non-trading finance profits from the UK Controlled Foreign Company ("CFC") rules in part constituted unlawful State (...)

Matthew Levitt, David Cardwell, Dina Jubrail The UK Court of Appeal upholds the UK Competition Authority’s fining and confirms that a single exchange of pricing information is sufficient for a "by object" infringement (Balmoral Tanks)


ONE-TIME INFORMATION EXCHANGE SUFFICIENT – A RECENT REMINDER IN THE UK* The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) recently welcomed the Court of Appeal’s dismissal of a challenge brought against a decision of the Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”) by Balmoral, a supplier of steel water (...)

Christopher Thomas, Dina Jubrail, Gianni De Stefano The EU Court of Justice issues a preliminary ruling on the liability for anti-competitive behaviour by employees and outside contractors (VM Remonts)


Liability for anti-competitive behaviour by your employees and outside contractors: when you are off the hook and when you are not* In its recent VM Remonts judgment, the Court of Justice of the EU has confirmed the strict liability of companies for the anti-competitive behaviour of their (...)

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