Baker McKenzie (Brussels)

Melissa Healy

Baker McKenzie (Brussels)

Melissa Healy is a counsel with Baker McKenzie based in the firm’s Brussels office. Her practice covers all aspects of EU, U.K. and international competition law, including advising clients on EU cartel and abuse of dominance investigations, EU and multijurisdictional merger control filings, licensing and distribution agreements, best practice for implementation of effective compliance programmes, and assisting clients involved in litigation before the European courts. Ms. Healy has 10 years of experience helping global corporations across a wide variety of industries navigate complex competition law and merger control issues.

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Bill Batchelor, Frederic Depoortere, Aurora Luoma, Giorgio Motta, Ingrid Vandenborre, Thorsten Goetz, Antonio Adriano Cammalleri, David Maximilian GOLDBLATT, Melissa Healy The EU Commission and UK Parliament revamp antitrust rules on distribution arrangements in new Vertical Block Exemption Rules


EU and UK Revamp Antitrust Rules on Distribution Arrangements* Significantly updated antitrust rules governing common distribution practices took effect in both the European Union and U.K. on June 1, 2022. These constitute a significant change in policy and provide greater clarity to companies (...)

Melissa Healy, Ingrid Vandenborre, Giorgio Motta, Frederic Depoortere, Bill Batchelor The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal confirms a deferential standard for the Competition Authority in its merger prohibitions (Tobii / Smartbox)


A recent decision by the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), Tobii AB (publ) v. Competition and Markets Authority, confirms a deferential standard for the U.K. Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in its merger prohibitions. The CMA is widely regarded as a thought leader among merger control (...)

Melissa Healy The Singaporean Competition Authority prohibits a proposed merger in the market of supply of maritime products leading the companies to abandon the deal (Wilhelmsen Maritime Services / Drew Marine Technical Solutions)


Merger Control Infringement Decision - Consumer Commission of Singapore* On 25 May 2018, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (’CCCS’) provisionally concluded that the proposed merger between Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS (“WMS”) and Drew Marine Technical Solutions (“DMTS”) was (...)

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