Richard Pepper

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)
Lawyer (Of counsel)

Richard Pepper is Counsel with Cleary Gottlieb, based in the firm’s Brussels office. He advises on all aspects of European and UK competition law, including merger control, cartel investigations, behavioral matters, and litigation. Richard’s practice focuses on complex merger and cartel cases, where he has extensive experience in a wide variety of sectors, including the transportation, mining, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, agrochemicals, automotive, and music industries. He also teaches behavioral competition law at the Université Catholique de Lille. Richard joined the firm in 2011 and became counsel in 2018.

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Articles

1865 Bulletin

François-Charles Laprévote, Richard Pepper Competition policy & COVID-19: An overview of antitrust agencies’ responses

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The COVID-19 pandemic creates unprecedented issues for businesses and the global economy as a whole. The antitrust community is at the early stages of reacting to the situation: agency staff are working hard to keep the wheels on their existing workload, while taking steps to alleviate immediate supply and liquidity issues; meanwhile, the antitrust bar has started to debate with characteristic alacrity the appropriate short, medium, and even long-term responses to the challenges raised by the outbreak.

Alexis RB Lazda, Savannah Haynes, Bruce Hoffman, Richard Pepper, Konstantin Bondarenko, Wanjie Lin, Anita Ng The World’s Authorities present steps to minimise the impact of COVID-19 on antitrust related issues that businesses may confront in the coming days of the outbreak

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I. INTRODUCTION The COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented issues for businesses and we recognize that antitrust is unlikely to be your most important concern at this time. However, some forethought may mitigate risk of future exposure, and position your business as well as possible in this (...)

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