Euan Burrows is a partner and EMEA head of the competition team at Ashurst, based in London. Admitted in England & Wales and Ireland, he acts on a wide range of competition law, state aid and procurement law matters and has considerable experience in dealing with the European Commission, Competition & Markets Authority, Concurrent UK regulators, UK Competition Appeal Tribunal and private courts (including advocacy higher rights of audience). His practice encompasses competition law investigations, competition and procurement law litigation, regulatory challenges (including judicial review), merger control and the application of competition law to a wide range of commercial agreements and practices. Euan Burrows also has particular experience of providing coordinated state aid, competition, procurement and merger control advice in connection with large transport and infrastructure projects in the UK and Europe. Euan Burrows is Vice Chair of the UK Competition Law Association and also sits on the Competition Appeal Tribunal User Group Panel. He is the Coordinating Editor of the International Comparative Law Guide: Competition Litigation and also Coordinating Editor of Global Legal Insights: Cartels.
The UK Supreme Court gives the go ahead for a follow on damages claim in a vehicle cartel case and rejects a request by another party (Trucks Cartel)Concurrences, Euan Burrows, Tim West, Max Strasberg, The UK Supreme Court gives the go ahead for a follow on damages claim in a vehicle cartel case and rejects a request by another party (Trucks Cartel), 8 June 2022, e-Competitions June 2022, Art. N° 107360
Dawn raids: dealing with inspections by European competition authoritiesAlexi Dimitriou, Nigel Parr, Denis Fosselard and Euan Burrows, Ashurst, November 2019
The UK criminal cartel offenceNigel Parr, Neil Cuninghame, Euan Burrows and Alexi Dimitriou, Ashurst, October 2019
UK public bids: interaction between the Takeover Code, merger control rules and other regulatory controlsNigel Parr, Duncan Liddell, Neil Cuninghame, Karen Davies and Euan Burrows, Ashurst, November 2019
Nominee, 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards: Business, Concerted Practices
Winner, 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards: Business, Procedure