Patricia Wing

London Legends FC

Patricia Wing is Co-Founder and COO of London Legends Football Club. Before co-founding London Legends FC, Patricia Wing was Corporate lawyer specialising in financing of tech companies at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and is based in the firm’s London office. She advises on a broad range of corporate practice areas, with a primary focus on venture capital, growth equity and private equity transactions in the technology sector. She enjoys helping early-stage companies develop their businesses and working with investors and funds expanding and adding to their portfolios. Patricia acts on cross-border and domestic M&A for technology companies. Previously, she trained with Santander and Bird & Bird, among other firms. She holds a LLB in Law from Birkbeck, University of London.


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Peter Willis, Patricia Wing The UK Competition Authority secures binding competition disqualification of pharmaceutical company director involved in two separate anticompetitive arrangements relating to the supply of drugs over a five year period (Amit Patel / Auden McKenzie / Amilco)


On 4 June 2020, the Competition Markets Authority (“CMA”) announced that it had secured binding competition disqualification undertakings by Mr Amit Patel, not to act as a director of any UK company for five years from 13 July 2020, in consequence of his involvement in two separate (...)

Peter Willis, Patricia Wing The UK Competition Authority provisionally clears the acquisition of an online food delivery business by a global online shopping company (Amazon / Deliveroo)


The CMA has provisionally cleared Amazon and Deliveroo merger On 17 April 2020, the Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") provisionally cleared the anticipated acquisition by Amazon of certain rights and a minority shareholding in Deliveroo. The CMA’s initial analysis of the merger (...)

Peter Willis, Patricia Wing The UK Competition Authority investigates four pharmacies and convenience stores for excessive and unfair pricing of hand sanitiser products during the COVID-19 pandemic


The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is investigating four pharmacies and convenience stores for suspected breaches of competition law. The investigations, under Chapter II of the Competition Act 1998 (CA 98), relate to suspected charging of excessive and unfair prices for hand (...)


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