Cormac O’Daly

WilmerHale (London), WilmerHale (Brussels)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Based primarily in London, Cormac O’Daly advises on a wide range of EU and UK competition law issues. These include merger control, cartels and related litigation, licensing and other vertical and horizontal agreements, other potentially restrictive practices and alleged abuses of market power. He regularly advises on areas at the convergence of competition and intellectual property laws. Mr. O’Daly’s clients have ranged from software companies, hardware manufacturers, oil and gas producers, companies appealing fines imposed by the European Commission (including Wabco in its 2013 fine reduction of over € 200 million and Guardian in its 2014 reduction of over € 44 million), companies seeking merger approval, and trade associations. Mr. O’Daly is also a member of the firm’s Brexit Group, advising on the potential consequences of the UK leaving the European Union. Before joining WilmerHale, Mr. O’Daly was an associate in the competition department of a leading firm in London. Mr. O’Daly also worked as a stagiaire and référendaire to Advocate General Fennelly at the European Court of Justice.

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Articles

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John Ratliff, Anne Vallery, Christian Duvernoy, Frédéric Louis, Cormac O’Daly The European Competition Network and individual EU Member State publishes statements in response to antitrust enforcement due to the COVID-19 outbreak

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The European Competition Network of the 27 EU Member State Antitrust Authorities (the ‘ECN’), several individual EU Member State antitrust authorities, the UK’s antitrust authority and Norway’s government have issued statements in response to antitrust enforcement and COVID-19, focusing on three (...)

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