Kim Dietzel

Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Kim acts on the full spectrum of competition law issues across a range of sectors (including financial services, consumer goods and online markets). She has a particular focus on the aviation industry, where she also provides highly specialised regulatory advice. Kim has a wealth of experience in relation to multi-jurisdictional cartel and leniency matters, and is one of the few competition practitioners with UK criminal cartel experience. In relation to merger control Kim has acted on a number of high profile appeals before the EU Courts, as well as on complex merger control investigations and remedy negotiations. In recent years, solicitor-advocate Kim has developed a leading private enforcement practice, acting in particular for defendants in precedent-setting follow-on damages cases, including appearing as an advocate in the CAT. Kim has been confirmed by Global Competition Review (GCR) as one of the "top 100 women in antitrust".

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Auteurs associés

Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Novartis (Basel)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
European Commission (Brussels)
Hexagon - Economics
RBB Economics (Brussels)

Articles

406 Bulletin

Kim Dietzel, Stephen Wisking The UK CAT allows the first class action brought under the new competition law collective redress regime and continue providing some clarifications on important aspects of the regime (Pride Mobility Products)

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Already, 2017 has seen significant developments in the UK’s competition litigation landscape. Most recently, last Friday the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) allowed the first ’class action’ brought under the new competition law collective redress regime to continue, at least for now, providing (...)

Kim Dietzel, Stephen Wisking The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal awards £8.6 m damages and finds that an undertaking setting of UK multilateral interchange fees for its payment cards infringed national and EU competition law on anti-competitive agreements (Sainsbury’s / MasterCard)

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On 14 Jul the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) issued its judgment in the damages claim brought by Sainsbury’s against MasterCard. The CAT found that MasterCard’s setting of UK multilateral interchange fees (MIFs) for its payment cards infringed the Article 101 TFEU/Chapter I prohibition on (...)

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