Jones Day (London)

Jason Beer

Jones Day (London)
Of Counsel

Jason Beer is of counsel at Jones Day, he’s based in London. He has extensive experience advising on EU, UK, and international competition laws, including complex multijurisdictional merger controls, cartel and conduct issues, dominance issues, and market investigations across a range of industries. Jason Beer has also advised a number of large companies on antitrust compliance concerns and antitrust investigations, several that have been in the context of sectorwide responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to rejoining Jones Day, Jason Beer acted for a large UK supermarket in the proposed acquisition of a competitor (and the associated Competition & Markets Authority [CMA] Phase 2 investigation) ; a leading global asset management business in relation to the CMA’s market investigation into investment consultancy and fiduciary management services ; and a leading European financial institution in relation to potential competition conduct issues. Jason Beer worked in Jones Day’s Sydney Office before rejoining the firm in London. He also previously worked in the London office of a large European firm and in the merger control division of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Jason is a member of the Competition Law Section of the Law Society of England and Wales, the UK Competition Law Association (the British Group of the International League of Competition Law), and the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association.

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601 Bulletin

Jason Beer, Charlotte Breuvart, Katherine M. Brockmeyer, Marta Delgado Echevarría, Mark Jones, Geoffroy Van De Walle, Johannes Zöttl The UK Competition Authority provisionally fines a premier league football club up to £880k after it admitted to an anticompetitive arrangement with a sports clothing retailer which reported the arrangement under the Authority’s leniency policy (Leicester City FC / JD Sports)


The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") will fine Leicester City Football Club ("LCFC") up to £880k after it admitted to an anticompetitive arrangement with sports clothing retailer JD Sports, which reported the arrangement under the CMA’s leniency policy. Both LCFC and JD Sports (...)

Jason Beer, Jürgen Beninca, Nicolas Brice, Serge Clerckx, Stefano Crosio, Yvan N. Desmedt, Rick van ’t Hullenaar, Vica Irani, Mark Jones, Raimundo Ortega The Dutch Government introduces the Security Screening of Investment, Mergers and Acquisitions Act which establishes a mandatory notification requirement


In Short The Development : On 1 June 2023, the Security Screening of Investment, Mergers and Acquisitions Act (Wet Veiligheidstoets investeringen, fusies en overnames) ("the FDI Act") entered into force, introducing a mandatory notification requirement relating to investments in target (...)

Matt Evans, Michael A. Gleason, Prudence Smith, Jason Beer The UK Competition Authority proposes the creation of a new regulatory authority and additional regulations to govern the conduct of online platforms funded by digital advertising


INTRODUCTION The CMA has recently issued its Final Report in the Market Study into Online Platforms and Digital Advertising (“Final Report”), which sets forth its findings and recommendations from its investigation of markets involving online platforms funded by digital advertising. In (...)


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