Helen Jenkins

Oxera (London), Oxera (Oxford), Oxera

Dr Helen Jenkins is responsible for Oxera’s competition practice and energy work. Her sectoral expertise also spans the communications and financial services sectors. In the field of competition policy, she has undertaken work on market definition and assessed anti-competitive practices in the banking, telecoms, broadcasting, pharmaceutical, airline and energy sectors. She has worked with a range of clients on the economic issues that underlie the application of competition legislation in the UK, Europe, Australia and the Middle East. She has appeared as an expert witness before courts and competition authorities in the UK, Republic of Ireland and other EU Member States, South Africa and Hong Kong. Helen has also provided regulatory and competition policy advice on many aspects of the energy, communications and financial services industries. She has analysed economic issues pertaining to agreements and abuse of dominance, including pricing practices such as margin squeeze, predation, targeted discounting and excessive prices. Helen is also a Member of the Steering Committee of the Association of Competition Economics, and teaches on the PG Diploma in Economics for Competition Law. She has been listed in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists since 2001.

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Oxera (London)


1215 Bulletin

Helen Jenkins, Matthew Johnson The UK Competition Commission clears an entertainment industry merger for the second time without remedies following appeal to the Competition Appeal Tribunal (Ticketmaster / Live Nation)


On May 7th 2010, the UK Competition Commission (CC) cleared unconditionally the completed merger between Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc (Ticketmaster) and Live Nation, Inc (Live Nation). The case had previously been cleared by the CC in December 2009, but following a successful appeal by a (...)

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