Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)

Vladimir Novak

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)
Associate

Vladimir Novak is an associate at Cleary Gottlieb’s Brussels office. His practice focuses on competition law/antitrust and EU and global foreign direct investment control. His experience includes complex merger control proceedings, cartel investigations, abuse of dominance cases, antitrust counseling, and litigation before EU Courts, as well as a wide range of issues under EU law and sports-related matters.

Vlad co-leads Cleary Gottlieb’s EU FDI practice and regularly advises on complex global FDI matters across a wide range of sectors, leading a team of our broader FDI practice and local counsel. He is included in GCR’s inaugural global Foreign Investment Control 40 under 40 list.

His experience covers a range of industries, including steel, metals, energy, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, payment card systems, IT, finance, consumer goods, and sports. Since 2015, he regularly co-authors an annual publication on developments in EU merger remedies.

Vlad is an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, London Court of International Arbitration, and Vienna International Arbitral Centre.

Vlad joined the firm in 2012 and was resident in the Washington, D.C. office in 2015 and 2016.

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François-Charles Laprévote, Vladimir Novak, Fynn Dewald, Thomas Harbor The Luxembourg Parliament sees its FDI screening regime enter into force to establish a mandatory screening system for non-EEA investments

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Investments in Luxembourg entities closed after September 1, 2023—including those signed beforehand—will need to factor in potential FDI filings in the Grand Duchy. The Luxembourg FDI law establishes a mandatory screening system for non-EEA investments made on a lasting basis in legal (...)

François-Charles Laprévote, Vladimir Novak, Giuseppe Scassellati-Sforzolini, Francesco Iodice, Séverine Schrameck, Aurèle Delors The EU Commission publishes its first annual report on the new European cooperation mechanism regarding the screening of foreign direct investment

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The European Commission (“EC”) recently published its first annual report on the new European cooperation mechanism regarding the screening of foreign direct investment (“FDI”) into the EU (the “Report”). The Report shows that four out of every five FDI filings screened at the EU level were (...)

Maurits Dolmans, Patrick Bock, Thomas Graf, Andris Rimsa, Vladimir Novak, Edward Dean, Sophie Donnelly The EU Commission seeks public comments on draft revised Vertical Block Exemption Regulation and vertical restraints guidelines

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The European Commission (“EC”), on July 9, 2021 [1], published its long-anticipated proposed update of the Vertical Block Exemption Regulation [2] (“VBER”) and the corresponding draft Vertical Restraints Guidelines (“Vertical Guidelines”) [3] for public consultation and comment by September (...)

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