Herbert Smith Freehills (London)

Morris Schonberg

Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Lawyer (Associate)

Morris Schonberg is an associate in the Competition, Regulation and Trade Law practice of Herbert Smith Freehills (London offices). Prior to this he was an associate in the EU and Competition practice of White & Case in Brussels. He has experience in a variety of EU law matters, with a particular focus on competition law, state-aid, public procurement and international trade. Morris trained as an English solicitor in the London office of White & Case, gaining experience in litigation, arbitration and finance, in addition to EU law matters. Morris obtained his Bachelor’s degree in law from Cambridge University and studied competition law and European Union business law on his Master’s degree in law (BCL) at Oxford University.


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3725 Bulletin

Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Lode Van Den Hende, Daniel Vowden, Eric White, Adrian Brown, Morris Schonberg The EU Commission issues its regulatory proposal containing novel measures to tackle foreign subsidies distorting the EU market


On 5 May 2021, the European Commission (Commission) issued its proposal for a Regulation on foreign subsidies distorting the EU market. This follows on from the Commission’s White Paper issued in June 2020 and the extensive public consultation that ensued. The primary objective of this (...)

Tim Briggs, Lode Van Den Hende, Mark Jephcott, Eric White, Morris Schonberg The UK Government and the EU Commission issue a trade and cooperation agreement clarifying the subsidy control regime following the end of the Brexit transition period


The EU State aid regime in its current form ceased to be applicable in the UK as at the end of 31 December 2020, when the Brexit transition period expired. Going forward, State aid or “subsidy control” in the UK will be based on the subsidy control chapter under the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation (...)

Axel P. Schulz, Morris Schonberg The EU General Court confirms that when a wholly owned subsidiary is sold to a new owner, that subsidiary and the previous owner remain jointly and severally liable for any competition law infringement that the subsidiary committed before the sale (Areva / Alstom)


In a judgment delivered on 3 March 2011 in Cases T-117/07 Areva v European Commission and T-121/07 Alstom v European Commission, the General Court of the European Union (the ‘Court’) the Court confirmed the general rule that when a wholly-owned subsidiary that has infringed competition law is (...)

Morris Schonberg The English High Court clarifies approach to be taken when considering striking out competition law claims (Sel-Imperial Limited / The British Standards Institution)


With the jurisdiction of England and Wales becoming an increasingly popular forum for competition law claims, potential litigants continue to observe with interest how the peculiarities of English civil procedure will be applied in the competition law context. This case concerned the English (...)

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