Hogan Lovells (Brussels)

Myrto Tagara

Hogan Lovells (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Myrto Tagara is an associate in Hogan Lovells’ Brussels office. Her practice area covers all aspects of EU competition law and public procurement. She advises mainly on international matters with multi-jurisdictional elements. Myrto has been involved in several high-tech cases, is part of Hogan Lovells’ Data and Competition Law initiative and follows closely regulatory developments in the high-tech industry and blockchain initiatives. Myrto studied at the University of Thessaloniki, holds an LLM in EU Competition Law from King’s College London and a Master in EU Law and Politics from Panteion University Athens.

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Articles

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Christopher Thomas, Myrto Tagara, Alexandra Bray The EU Commission publishes proposed rules for the regulation of digital services by imposing a series of ex-ante behavioral obligations on entities that are considered as ‘gatekeepers’

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The European Commission has today published the long awaited Digital Markets Act proposal. The Proposed Regulation imposes a series of ex ante behavioural obligations on entities that the Commission designates as ‘gatekeepers’. The obligations for those designated platforms and the potential (...)

Sabrina Borocci, François Brunet, Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte, May Lyn Yuen, Myrto Tagara The EU Commission publishes a Temporary Framework to guide cooperation between companies to ensure the supply and distribution of essential products during the COVID-19 outbreak

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The European Commission has published a Temporary Framework Communication to provide guidance to companies that are cooperating to ensure the supply and distribution of essential products – including medicines and medical equipment – during the COVID-19 outbreak. The Communication sets out the (...)

Myrto Tagara, Aurora Muselli, May Lyn Yuen, Sabrina Borocci, François Brunet The EU Commission and EU Member State Competition Authorities issue a joint statement on the application of competition law during the COVID-19 crisis in the context of the European Competition Network

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Cooperation in the life sciences industry and EU competition law in the context of COVID-19 The life sciences industry is facing unprecedented demands due to COVID-19. From front line carers to researchers and scientists, significant efforts are being put towards caring for those suffering (...)

Falk Schöning, Christopher Thomas, Sabrina Borocci, Myrto Tagara, Suyong Kim, Eric Paroche, Ákos Kovách The EU Commission announces that companies were encouraged to delay new merger notifications until further notice because of the complexities and disruptions caused by the current COVID-19 outbreak

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The current COVID-19 pandemic is posing unprecedented challenges on our public health systems and communities. It is also heavily impacting economic activity, including for companies in the midst of M&A or joint venture transactions. Deals that are subject to merger control review in the (...)

Christian Ritz, Eric Paroche, Victor Levy, Myrto Tagara, Alexandra Bray The German and French Competition Authorities find a need for higher compliance standards in their joint study on the competition risks resulting from the use of algorithms

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This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Digital ubiquity, and the resulting rules, do not only concern tech giants. To the contrary, digital regulation is relevant for companies in all market sectors (...)

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