Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Romi Lepetska

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Ms. Lepetska’s practice focuses on EU and Dutch antitrust law, in addition to Dutch corporate law. Ms. Lepetska joined the firm as a stagiaire in 2012 and became an associate in 2013. In 2011, she received an LL.M degree in Corporate Law from the University of Amsterdam. Additionally, she obtained two honours BA’s from Utrecht Law College and University College Utrecht. Before joining the firm, Ms. Lepetska completed a blue book internship at the European Commission DG Competition in 2011. Ms. Lepetska’s native language is Dutch, she is fluent in English and has a fair knowledge of French, German and Ukrainian.


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530 Bulletin

Paul Stuart, John Messent, Henry Mostyn, Romi Lepetska The UK Government lowers the merger notification threshold for specific sectors including artificial intelligence, cryptographic authentication and advanced materials


On 21 July 2020, the Enterprise Act 2002 (Share of Supply) (Amendment) Order 2020 and the Enterprise Act 2002 (Turnover Test) (Amendment) Order 2020 came into force. Both Orders amend the jurisdictional thresholds for mergers in certain sectors. Under the new rules, the thresholds have been (...)

Paul Gilbert, Henry Mostyn, Romi Lepetska, Richard Pepper The UK Supreme Court dismisses the two largest payment processing networks’ arguments on the basis that their multilateral interchange fees restricted competition but upholds grounds of appeal concerning the application of the “passing on” defense (Sainsbury’s / Visa / MasterCard)


On 17 June 2020, the Supreme Court handed down a much anticipated judgment concerning the default multilateral interchange fees (MIFs) set by Mastercard and Visa (together, the Appellants). The case considered appeals relating to three separate damages actions brought by retailers against the (...)

Maurits J. F. M. Dolmans, Alexander Waksman, Nicholas Levy, Wanjie Lin, Romi Lepetska The UK Competition Tribunal publishes a summary of an application to commence collective proceedings for losses arising from a settlement decision finding infringements of article 101 TFEU in the automobile market (Mark McLaren)


On 1 April 2020, the CAT published a summary of an application to commence collective proceedings under section 47B of the Competition Act 1998. The application was filed by Mark McLaren Class Representative Limited, a special purpose vehicle, alleging losses arising from the European (...)

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