Norton Rose Fulbright (Brussels)

Alexandra Rogers

Norton Rose Fulbright (Brussels)
Partner

Alexandra Rogers is an antitrust and competition partner for Norton Rose Fulbright. She is based in the Brussels office. She advises clients on a broad range of competition law issues, including dawn raids and inspections, cross-border merger control and antitrust compliance for both dominant and non-dominant companies as well as trade associations. Alexandra has a significant track record of defending and advising clients in major international cartel investigations in areas such as power cables, ball bearings and Euribor derivatives. Alexandra regularly represents clients before the European Commission in Phase I and Phase II merger control reviews, including complex investigations requiring divestitures. She has helped clients to obtain approval from the European Commission when purchasing assets divested as part of the EU merger procedure, and advises clients in merger proceedings before the UK competition authority. Alexandra has experience working with the application of antitrust rules to horizontal and vertical agreements and has advised clients on abuse of dominance issues, including in relation to IP law. Alexandra has a strong interest in sports law and has litigated before the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Prior to joining the firm, Alexandra worked for an international law firm in Brussels and spent time on secondment in their Paris office.

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Articles

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Mark D. Powell, Alexandra Rogers, Marc Israel, Genevra Forwood The EU Court of Justice confirms that a parent company is jointly liable for the conduct of a former subsidiary involved in a cartel in the high-voltage power cable sector (Goldman Sachs)

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The European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") has confirmed the EU General Court’s (and the European Commission’s) finding that Goldman Sachs was jointly liable for the conduct of a former subsidiary, Prysmian, which the Commission fined for its involvement in the high voltage power cables cartel (...)

Alexandra Rogers, Tilman Kuhn, Jasper Wauters, Mathis Rust The EU General Court delivers ruling on the application of competition law to sports authorization rules and upholds the role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (International Skating Union)

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The General Court of the European Union (the "General Court") has confirmed this week that the eligibility rules of the International Skating Union ("ISU"), which penalized athletes participating in competitions not authorized by the ISU, infringe EU competition law. While the EU General Court (...)

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