Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)

Joanna Goyder

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)
Senior Knowledge Lawyer

Joanna Goyder is a Senior Knowledge Management Lawyer in Freshfields’ antitrust, competition and trade group, based in the Brussels office. She has worked in Brussels in the field of EU and competition law since 1990, and since 2000 she has been in charge of knowledge management and legal training for the Freshfields’ international competition law practice. She is qualified as a Barrister, England and Wales, and has a first class law degree from Cambridge University. She also holds post-graduate degrees from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the European University Institute, Florence. Joanna has been a speaker at various competition law events, most recently in Brussels, Reykjavik, Stockholm and Barcelona. She has published widely and is the author of EC Distribution Law (5th edn., 2011) and joint author of D.G. Goyder’s EC Competition Law (5th edn., 2009). Since 2002 Joanna has given seminars to LLM students at Cambridge University.

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Articles

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Merit Olthoff, Paul van den Berg, Sarah Erne, Joanna Goyder, Malte Symann, Christopher Sickinger The EU Commission puts out for consultation a draft Implementing Regulation on proceedings pursuant to the Foreign Subsidies Regulation

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Yesterday the European Commission put out for consultation a draft Implementing Regulation on proceedings pursuant to the Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR). Businesses and other interested parties have until 6 March 2023 to feed in their views. The FSR requires companies to notify the (...)

683 Revue

Joanna Goyder, Albertina Albors-Llorens Goyder’s EC Competition Law (éd.5)

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Cette rubrique Livres recense et commente les ouvrages et autres publications en droit de la concurrence, droit & économie de la concurrence et en droit de la régulation. Une telle recension ne peut par nature être exhaustive et se limite donc à présenter quelques publications récentes dans ces (...)

Frank Montag, Joanna Goyder Exclusive dealing : Presumptions and bright lines

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Le principal problème de concurrence causé par les accords d’exclusivité est la possible forclusion de concurrents au moins aussi efficace du marché. Les accords d’exclusivité peuvent constituer une infraction soit aux règles gouvernant les comportements anticoncurrentiels unilatéraux, comme les abus (...)

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