Baker McKenzie (Singapore)

Melissa Healy

Baker McKenzie (Singapore)
Lawyer (Associate)

Melissa Healy is a specialist in competition law currently at Baker McKenzie’s Singapore office; and formerly at Baker McKenzie’s Brussels-based European Competition team. Her practice includes advising clients on the full spectrum of competition law issues including: multi-jurisdictional merger control assessments, advising on conclusion of R&D, technology licensing and distribution agreements, horizontal cooperation and JV arrangements, cartels, competition law investigations and litigation before the European Courts; notably acting on the appeal of one of the EU Commission’s first pay-for-delay patent settlement agreement investigations.

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Melissa Healy, Ingrid Vandenborre, Giorgio Motta, Frederic Depoortere, Bill Batchelor The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal confirms a deferential standard for the Competition Authority in its merger prohibitions (Tobii)


A recent decision by the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), Tobii AB (publ) v. Competition and Markets Authority, confirms a deferential standard for the U.K. Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in its merger prohibitions. The CMA is widely regarded as a thought leader among merger control (...)

Melissa Healy The Singaporean Competition Authority prohibits a proposed merger in the market of supply of maritime products leading the companies to abandon the deal (Wilhelmsen Maritime Services / Drew Marine Technical Solutions)


Merger Control Infringement Decision - Consumer Commission of Singapore* On 25 May 2018, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (’CCCS’) provisionally concluded that the proposed merger between Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS (“WMS”) and Drew Marine Technical Solutions (“DMTS”) was (...)

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