Cecelia Kye

Jones Day (Brussels)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Cecelia Kye’s practice focuses on the fields of EC competition law and government regulation, including advising corporations in connection with merger control filings and government investigations arising under the EU leniency regime. Cecelia has advised various clients on merger control filings at the EU level. Most recently, she assisted in the notification of a joint venture in the field of nuclear services (M.6615 – NUVIA / COOR / JV), and also advised British Telecom in its acquisition of Radianz (M.3695) and J.M. Huber in its acquisition by Omya (M.3796). In the European Commission cartel investigation in the European banana market, Cecelia advised a leading global producer of fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers. She also has assisted in other cartel proceedings for a paper and forestry products manufacturer, as well as antitrust compliance reviews for clients such as NACCO. Also active in the area of trade matters, Cecelia is most recently advising the EU industry in a trade protection procedure in the field of raw materials/chemical derivatives. Prior to joining Jones Day in 2002, Cecelia practiced law in Brussels in the fields of merger control and government relations.

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Jones Day (Brussels)
European Commission (Brussels)
Jones Day (Brussels)
Jones Day (Brussels)

Articles

1044 Bulletin

Bernard Amory, Cecelia Kye, Charlotte Breuvart The EU Court of Justice upholds use of evidence from a national authority other than a member state competition authority (Pacific Fruit)

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The European Court of Justice ("CoJ") has upheld the European Commission’s use of evidence transmitted by a national authority other than a Member State competition authority in a cartel investigation. The CoJ ruled on April 27, 2017, that the national authority properly transmitted such (...)

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