James Killick is a litigator whose practice covers competition, pharmaceuticals, and international trade. He advises leading industry players in a broad range of business sectors, from information technology and chemicals to airlines and paper. Recognized as one of the leading lawyers in his field by The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists 2015, James uses his extensive experience and formidable grasp of EU laws and procedures to help clients navigate complex strategic issues. In the competition field, James regularly advises companies under investigation by the Commission, notably in areas such as pharmaceuticals and standard setting, where IP and competition law overlap. He also advises merging parties under the EU Merger Regulation, and has successfully defended several major cartel cases. He also acts for third-party complainants in mergers and classic antitrust cases and has an extensive advisory practice. He holds a special degree in European Law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (1995), an LLM degree from Clare College Cambridge (1994) and a BA degree from Clare College Cambridge (1993).

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