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Angus Coulter

Hogan Lovells (Brussels), Hogan Lovells (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Partner Angus Coulter heads the competition/antitrust team in London. He has particular understanding in the TMT, retail, financial services and transportation sectors. His practice covers UK, EU and global competition investigations and transactions. He has spent his career at the firm, working in the London and Brussels offices.

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Susan Bright, Charles Brasted, Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte, Angus Coulter, Christopher Hutton The EU Commission publishes an assessment that seeks feedback on its initiative to define the application of EU competition law to collective bargaining agreements for self-employed workers


On 6 January 2021, the European Commission published an "Inception Impact Assessment" seeking feedback on an initiative aimed at defining EU competition law’s scope of application to "self-employed" workers (in advance of an open public consultation anticipated for spring 2021). This is part of (...)

Simi Malhi, Ciara Kennedy-Loest, Christopher Hutton, Matthew Giles, Angus Coulter, Mark Jones The UK Competition Authority publishes guidance on forms of cooperation considered as temporarily permissible during the COVID-19 outbreak


Competition/antitrust laws generally require rival firms to operate on the market independently of each other and tolerate cooperation between competitors only in limited circumstances where any resulting loss of competition is clearly offset by consumer benefits. But as businesses scramble to (...)

Christopher Thomas, Raphael Fleischer, Sabrina Borocci, Angus Coulter, Casto Gonzalez-Paramo The EU Commission vets public statements of Eurocommerce for the non-food retailers to take measures against the major crisis due to COVID-19


In the world of COVID-19, companies must not quarantine competition law compliance. Competition law will not be at the top of companies’ agendas today. COVID-19 presents companies with many challenges. Companies will be looking for whatever solutions they can find to deal with this crisis. But (...)

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