David Henry is an associate in the international law firm of McDermott Will & Emery, based in its Brussels office. His practice focuses on European competition law including merger control, cartels and abuse of dominance, and his clients include companies in the air transport, chemicals, electronics and semi-conductor products, food retailing and digital map industries. He also advises clients in proceedings before the European courts. David has written extensively on competition law, most recently as co-author of “Why the EU Merger Regulation should not Enjoy a Monopoly over Tacit Collusion – A Close Look at Five Common Misconceptions” in: Changes in Competition Policy over the last two decades (2010). David has worked as a research fellow in the field of EU competition law at Liège University and has also worked at the European Parliament in Brussels. He is a Diplock Scholar of the Middle Temple in London and an EU inter-institutional competition laureate. He completed a pupillage at a leading set of commercial chambers in London. Before joining the firm, David worked as an associate at another leading international competition law practice in Brussels.