IICJ Paper Competition Law – Recent Developments and Practical Guidance for In-house Counsel Tobias Caspary, Partner, Fried Frank LLP, UK
Lee Callaghan, Group Competition Counsel, General Counsel International Markets, Aviva Plc, UK


Author
Tobias Caspary
Tobias Caspary
Tobias Caspary is a Partner in Fried Frank's Antitrust and Competition team. He divides his time between Fried Frank's London and Frankfurt offices. He has previously practised competition law several years in Brussels at another major international law firm. Tobias also advises on EU economic sanctions and other trade regulatory matters. Tobias advises clients involved in EU and German competition and regulatory investigations and litigation as well as coordinating local counsel on multi-jurisdictional matters. His practice spans merger control, cartel and other competition law infringements, market/sector investigations and general competition law regulatory and counselling, across many industry sectors.
Author
Lee Callaghan
Lee Callaghan
Lee Callaghan is Head of Group Legal and group Competition Counsel for Aviva plc since 2001. Aviva is the fifth largest Global financial services group and the biggest insurer in Europe. Various articles for the IICJ including the PPI inquiry and 10 ways to conduct a Competition Commission Investigation as well as Entering the Russian Market, taming the Russian Bear.
Company
Aviva Plc
Aviva PLC is a leading UK based insurer with an international presence in Canada, Asia and Europe as well as a leading presence in the UK market in both life and general insurance as well as pensions, asset management and protection products.
Company
Fried Frank LLP
Fried Frank’s Antitrust Enforcement and Litigation Group has a proven track record of successfully representing corporations and individuals involved in challenging and complex competition law investigations and litigation in the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific. We have litigated and defended enforcement actions involving the full range of claims alleging anticompetitive conduct, including abuse of a dominant position, price fixing, bid rigging, tying, group boycotts, exclusive dealing, market manipulation, resale price maintenance and price discrimination. We regularly represent corporations and individuals involved in criminal and civil investigations brought by competition regulators around the world, as well as antitrust-related multi-jurisdictional private damages litigation, mediation and arbitration. We work with our clients to anticipate antitrust problems and identify cost-effective and pragmatic solutions before they develop into litigation or lead to regulatory investigations. For example, we develop and administer comprehensive antitrust compliance programmes.
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United Kingdom More
Area of Law
Competition More
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General More
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