Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (London)

Jackie Holland

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (London)
Partner

Jackie Holland’s practice focuses on EU and UK antitrust enforcement, merger control, State aid/subsides, competition litigation, market investigations, and sectoral regulation. She represents clients before the Competition and Markets Authority, the European Commission, and sectoral regulators, as well as in litigation in the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal and the European Court of Justice.

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Articles

1012 Bulletin

Jackie Holland, Henry Mostyn, Maurits J. F. M. Dolmans, Paul Stuart The UK Competition Authority calls for comments on draft guidance for new Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Order

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The UK Competition and Markets Authority (the “CMA”) is consulting on its draft guidance (“Draft Guidance”) for its proposed Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Order (“VABEO”). It invites comments by May 5, 2022. The Draft Guidance largely maintains the status quo. There are, however, a number of (...)

Nicholas Levy, Maurits J. F. M. Dolmans, Jackie Holland, Tihir Sarkar, Sam Bagot, Nallini Puri, Paul Gilbert, John Messent, Michael J. Preston, Michael James The UK Government announces the date of the coming into operation of the National Security and Investment Act, one of the most wide-ranging regimes for review of investments on national security grounds in the world

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On 20 July 2021, the UK Government announced that the National Security and Investment Act 2021, which was passed on 29 April 2021, will come into force on 4 January 2022. This new regime for review of investments on national security grounds will be among the most wide-ranging in the world. It (...)

Nicholas Levy, Paul Gilbert, Lanto Sheridan, Jackie Holland, Fay Davies, Sarah Peel The UK Government consults on its ambitious reform of national competition policy, including changes to allow Government to play a more active role in shaping national competition policy and to increase the Competition Authority’s investigative and enforcement powers

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On 20 July 2021, the UK Government launched its consultation on wide-ranging reforms to “bring [the UK’s] competition and consumer policies into the 21st century” [1] (the “Consultation”). While recognising that the UK’s competition regime “starts from a strong foundation” and “is internationally (...)

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