Paula Riedel

Kirkland & Ellis (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Ms. Riedel is a partner in Kirkland Ellis’ antitrust/competition practice (London office). She is a specialist in UK, EC and multi-national merger control ; general UK and EC antitrust advice on matters including exclusivity arrangements, parallel imports, trading restrictions, conduct by dominant firms ; and advice on regulatory issues.


Auteurs associés

Linklaters (London)
UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (London)
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Euclid Law (London)
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British Competition Authority - CMA (London)


430 Bulletin

Michael Cutting, Nicole Kar, Oliver Black, Paula Riedel The UK Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs ("Defra") publishes the final report of the Cave review of competition and innovation in water markets


On 22 April the Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs (Defra) published the final report of the Cave review of competition and innovation in water markets (the Report). The Report was published on the same date as the 2009 Budget Report in which the Government announced that it (...)

Christian Ahlborn, Eamonn Doran, Michael Cutting, Nicole Kar, Paula Riedel, Robert Gavin, Sir Christopher Bellamy The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal delivers its judgment dismissing challenges on material influence, SLC and remedies brought by a broadcasting company (British Sky Broadcasting Group)


In a judgment handed down on 29 September, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), dismissed an appeal brought by British Sky Broadcasting Group plc (Sky) against a decision of the Competition Commission (CC). The CAT upheld part of an appeal against the same decision brought by Virgin Media (...)

Michael Cutting, Paula Riedel The UK OFT publishes its full decision on the acquisition in the market of supply of DIY and home enhancement products through national DIY retail chains (Home Retail Group/Focus)


On 31 December 2007, Home Retail Group (HRG) acquired 27 leasehold properties from Focus DIY. On 12 May 2008 the OFT released its full decision on the acquisition, requiring a single store (in Woking) to be divested.* In its press release the OFT said : "This case raises important wider issues, (...)

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