Alec Burnside is a Partner in Dechert’s Brussels office. He is a competition law specialist with three decades of experience in advising on major multinational transactions and other antitrust issues. Alec’s wide-ranging sector experience spans consumer products, energy, financial services, IT, manufacturing, military, natural resources, pharmaceuticals, telecoms, and transport and logistics. He has lived in Brussels since 1989. Alec studied at Downing College, Cambridge; College of Law, London; and the Institut d’Etudes Européennes, Brussels. He is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and a member of the Brussels Bar, as well as an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, London, admitted in French and German. Mr. Burnside leads Dechert’s cross-practice Brexit Task Force, comprising partners from many practice areas and offices. He has been vocal over many years in relation to the particular implications of Brexit for EU and UK antitrust.
The EU Commission issues its proposal to create wideranging powers to tackle non-EU subsidies which may distort competition in the Single MarketConcurrences Bulletin, Alec J. Burnside and Marjolein de Backer, 5 May 2021, e-Competitions
The European FDI regulation: What you need to knowDechert LLP Publications, Alec Burnside, Clemens Graf York von Wartenburg, Sophie Pele, Jeremy Zucker, Marjolein De Backer, Michael Okkonen and Delphine Strohl, May 14, 2020