Baker McKenzie (London)

Samantha J. Mobley

Baker McKenzie (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Samantha Mobley heads the EU, Competition & Trade Practice Group of Baker & McKenzie’s London office. She also leads the Global Antitrust & Competition Practice Group, comprising a team of over 300 competition and antitrust professionals worldwide. Samantha is recommended as a leading individual for the competition and litigation practice in the Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession. She is also featured in Global Competition Review’s Survey, “Women in Antitrust” as one of the top 100 women in antitrust globally and has recently been appointed to The Times Law Panel. Samantha has extensive experience in all areas of EC and UK competition law and is an eminent name in the cartel field and an experienced merger control specialist. She has been involved in numerous cases coordinating the merger aspects of multijurisdictional transactions and defends clients involved in international cartel investigations. She regularly prepares antitrust compliance programmes across numerous industry sectors.

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Articles

1959 Bulletin

Paul Johnson, Kurt Haegeman, Samantha J. Mobley The EU Commission launches a sector inquiry into the market for consumer products and services linked to the Internet of Things (IoT)

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In brief The European Commission (Commission) has launched a sector inquiry into the market for consumer products and services linked to the Internet of Things (IoT). This marks the start of an intensive information gathering process in which hundreds of companies will be asked for information (...)

Samantha J. Mobley, Grant Murray Dawn raids: An overview of EU and national case law

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The power to conduct unannounced inspections of company premises (or even personal residences) - so called ’dawn raids’ - continues to be the most disruptive and intrusive of all the investigative tools at the disposal of an investigating competition authority.

In addition, while this foreword focuses on competition law dawn raids, experience shows that they are now being used in other areas regularly identified by companies as giving rise to the greatest compliance risk, e.g. tax and anti-bribery.

Books

Price 230€00 Richard Whish QC (Hon) Liber Amicorum

This Liber Amicorum highlights the global reach of Professor Whish’s influence. Enforcers, academics and practitioners from around the world pay tribute to the mastery of competition law that (...)

Date 11 March 2020
Author(s): Nicolas Charbit, Sonia Ahmad (Editors)
Price 230€00
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