Latham & Watkins (London)

Alexandra Luchian

Latham & Watkins (London)

Alexandra Luchian is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Antitrust & Competition Practice. Mrs Luchian’s practice encompasses contentious and non-contentious competition law in an international context, with a focus on EU and UK competition law and regulation.Mrs Luchian advises on a wide range of international competition and regulatory matters, including: Competition litigation (including private damages claims and judicial review proceedings), Merger control (including Phase I and Phase II merger control investigations before the Competition and Markets Authority and the European Commission, as well as multi-jurisdictional merger control matters), Competition law advice and compliance (for example, in relation to Article 101/Chapter I and Article 102/Chapter II matters, as well as competition law compliance and training programmes for clients), State aid, Regulatory matters, for example in the telecommunications and energy sectors. Mrs Luchian’s practice spans multiple sectors and industries, including Aerospace, Defence & Government Services, Communications, Connectivity, Information Technology - Systems & Solutions, and Retail & Consumer Products.


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David Little, Alexandra Luchian, James Mathieson The UK Competition Authority proposes replacing the retained Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Regulation (Retained VABER), with the UK Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Order (UK VABEO)


This article has been nominated for the 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. The proposals include certain notable changes, while also mirroring the current UK framework and the European Commission’s planned approach in many respects. (...)

Alexandra Luchian, David Little, Gregory Bonné, Nathan Wilkins The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal considers what constitutes abusive conduct and the use of expert economic advice and clarifies what the "as-efficient competitor test" entails (Royal Mail / Whistl)


UK COMPETITION APPEAL TRIBUNAL JUDGMENT: PUSHING THE ENVELOPE ON ABUSE OF DOMINANCE* The CAT’s Royal Mail v Ofcom judgment considers what constitutes abusive conduct, the “as-efficient competitor” test, and the use of expert economic advice. On 12 November 2019, the UK Competition Appeal (...)


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