Richard Pike

Constantine Cannon (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Richard Pike is a partner in the firm’s Antitrust Litigation and Counselling Practice Group. His practice covers a broad range of litigation and counselling. He specialises in antitrust litigation and regulatory appeals, particularly in relation to telecommunications. Mr Pike has considerable experience before the Competition Appeal Tribunal and Competition Commission as well as before the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and Privy Council. M.r Pike is recommended in Chambers UK 2014, Chambers Global 2014 and the Lawyer 500. He also led a team that jointly won Competition and Regulatory Team of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2012. Before joining Constantine Cannon, Mr Pike spent 14 years with Baker & McKenzie LLP, including 4 years as a litigation partner in its London office and a year in its Chicago office.


Auteurs associés

Baker McKenzie (London)
Linklaters (London)
Baker McKenzie (London)
DG COMP (Brussels)
University of Oxford
CRA International (London)
Constantine Cannon (New York)
King’s College (London)


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Richard Pike, Yulia Tosheva The EU Commission sends a statement of objections to a technology company suspected of imposing restrictions on device manufacturers and mobile network operators (Google Android)


EU Commission Hits Google With Abuse Of Dominance Charges Over Android*Just as expected, following a one-year investigation and a number of information requests, the European Commission formally announced today that it is accusing Google’s parent company, Alphabet, of abusing its dominant (...)

Francesca Richmond, Keith Jones, Richard Pike, Tom Cassels The UK High Court of Justice orders a disclosure of parts for the unredacted version of the EU Commission’s switchgear cartel decision (National Grid / ABB)


This article has been nominated for the 2013 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. *Antitrust Litigation : Access to Documents Held by Regulatory Authorities The English High Court has confirmed that the principles established by the judgment (...)

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