Dilja Helgadottir

Milbank (London)
Associate

Highly ambitious and performance-driven Icelandic lawyer. Diljá has received numerous awards for academic excellence and published seven peer-reviewed articles (including in Oxford Business Law and Trinity College Law Reviews); as well as being awarded the highest GPA in the history of her master’s programme; represented Iceland in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition international rounds in Washington D.C.; youngest Assistant Professor in the history of an Icelandic university; won the Matheson Commercial Law Prize 2020 and named in the Icelandic “40 under 40” list of young leaders. Diljá is also a member of the British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce and Iceland’s contributor to the World Bank’s “Women, Business and the Law” reports.

Diljá Helgadóttir is an associate in the London office of Milbank and a member of the firm’s European Leveraged Finance/Capital Markets Group.

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Milbank (Washington)
Milbank (London)
Milbank (Munich)
Milbank (New York)
Milbank (New York)

Articles

1912 Bulletin

Laura Lehoczky-Deckers, Rebecca Halbach, Edoardo Canali, Giovanni Pregno, Dilja Helgadottir, Floris-Willem Dierickx The EU Commission proposes an updated list of projects and programs of EU interest annexed to the FDI Screening Regulation

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Foreign Direct Investment: Recent Developments at European Union, United Kingdom and EU Member State Level EUROPEAN UNION LEVEL European Commission proposes updated list of projects and programmes of EU interest annexed to FDI Screening Regulation On 29 September 2021, the European (...)

Dilja Helgadottir The Danish Maritime and Commercial High Court confirms a decision of the Competition Authority finding that a German internal combustion engine manufacturer had both abused its dominant position and entered into an anti-competitive agreement with its Danish dealer (Deutz / Diesel Motor Nordic)

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On 11 January 2021, the Danish Maritime and Commercial High Court (“MCC”) confirmed a decision of the Danish Competition Council (“DCC”) finding that the German internal combustion engine manufacturer Deutz had both abused its dominant position and entered into an anti-competitive agreement with (...)

Dilja Helgadottir, Francesco Pili, Markus Wellinger The EFTA Court defines notions of “undertaking” and “economic activities” concerning services in support of Norwegian digital health infrastructure (Abelia / WTW)

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On 17 November 2020, the EFTA Court dismissed an application for annulment against the EFTA Surveillance Authority (“ESA”) Decision No 57/19/COL of 10 July 2019 (the “Contested decision”). The Contested decision found that the public financing of eHealth and digital health infrastructure in the (...)

Dilja Helgadottir The Icelandic Parliament makes amendments to the competition act

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On 30 June 2020, the Icelandic parliament approved a bill (the “Bill”) to amend the Competition Act No. 44/2005 (the “Act”). The amendments are intended to simplify the implementation of the Act. They also modify notification thresholds as well as conditions for merger clearance, and facilitate (...)

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