Neil Cuninghame is a partner at Ashurst in the competition and EU law department in London and Dublin. He specialises in providing advice on all aspects of UK and EU competition law. This includes advising on EU, UK and other merger control regimes, acting for clients in relation to alleged anti-competitive practices and agreements before the European Commission, Competition and Markets Authority and other regulators, and advising on market investigations, competition law compliance, competition disputes and State aid issues. Neil Cuninghame advises clients across a wide range of industries including (amongst others) financial services, energy, resources, infrastructure, private equity, metals and mining, media and property services. He also advises on regulatory issues in the energy and water sectors, such as price control regimes, ownership unbundling and third party access; and public procurement issues.
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