Morrison & Foerster (London)

Marie-Claire Strawbridge

Morrison & Foerster (London)

Marie-Claire Strawbridge is a Partner at the London office of Morrison Foerster. She is a member of the Global Antitrust Law Practice Group. Marie-Claire is an antitrust specialist with over 14 years of experience advising on merger control and foreign investment aspects of complex global transactions, as well as broader antitrust issues including investigations, abuse of dominance and complex vertical agreements. She has advised corporate clients and financial investors across a range of sectors including technology, energy, retail, healthcare, sports rights and industrials. In addition to coordinating complex multi-jurisdictional advice and delivering EU and other global merger control and foreign investment clearances, she has extensive UK CMA experience, having acted for clients on a number of complex CMA investigations, both at Phase 1 and Phase 2 and having delivered multiple informal CMA clearances. She regularly advises on CMA engagement strategy in global deals. Marie-Claire is recognized in each of the annual editions of Who’s Who Legal : Competition – Future Leaders from 2017 to 2021.

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Jeff Jaeckel, Marie-Claire Strawbridge, Thomas McQuail, Vishal Mehta The UK Competition Authority and US DoJ block the merger of two Finnish suppliers of equipment to port operators and reject the remedies offered by the parties (Cargotec / Konecranes)


Cargotec/Konecranes : Failed shipping equipment merger illustrates aggressive UK/U.S. enforcement and increased skepticism of remedies* On March 29, 2022, global container handling equipment providers [Cargotec and Konecranes] abandoned their proposed $5 billion merger after the United Kingdom (...)

Josephine Mackintosh, Marie-Claire Strawbridge, Sarah Jensen The EU Commission publishes a preliminary report on its e-commerce sector inquiry and identifies a number of business practices believed to be restricting competition in online trade for consumer goods and digital content


On 15th September, the European Commission published the preliminary report on its e-commerce sector inquiry. The Commission has identified a number of business practices which it believes may restrict competition in online trade for consumer goods and digital content. It has warned of (...)


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