Van Bael & Bellis (London)

Reign Lee

Van Bael & Bellis (London)

Reign Lee is an associate and the head of strategy at Van Bael & Bellis, based in the firm’s London office. Her work focuses on all aspects of UK and EU competition law, with a particular emphasis on horizontal and vertical agreements, follow-on litigation and market investigations. She has a keen interest in emerging areas such as digital markets, sustainability agreements and subsidy control. Reign has particular expertise in the strategic management issues that businesses face. Her previous experience includes advising international and independent law firms as well as organisations on a wide range of issues, including international strategy development, client development, project management, policy design and implementation, market positioning, and internal strategy alignment. Reign is globally certified as a Legal Project Practitioner with the International Institute of Legal Project Management. She has a certificate in M&A from Columbia Business School and a certificate in Hedge Fund Management from Henley Business School. In addition to her legal role, Reign holds a management role as the Head of Strategy for Van Bael & Bellis.

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Reign Lee, Alex Stratakis The UK Competition Authority publishes its annual plan for 2023/2024 which aims to promote environmental sustainability, support digital markets and effective trading in the country


On 23 March 2023, the UK Competition and Markets Authority published its annual plan for 2023 to 2024 (“Annual Plan”). The Annual Plan outlines the CMA’s areas of focus for the next 12 months (starting 1 April 2023) and, taking on a new approach in this year’s plan, also maps out the (...)

Reign Lee The UK Competition Authority publishes Draft Guidance on horizontal agreements and Draft Sustainability Guidance to signal greater openness towards collaborative efforts to fight climate change


On 25 January 2023, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (the “CMA”) opened a consultation on its Draft Guidance on Horizontal Agreements, which is intended to set out the framework for the application of the Chapter I prohibition of the Competition Act 1998 - the UK equivalent of Article (...)


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