Thomas McGrath is an Antitrust and Foreign Investment Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, based in Brussels. His practice covers all areas of EU, UK and international competition law, from merger control to cross-border investigations into anti-competitive behaviour. He has extensive experience of EU, UK and global merger filings and has advised clients on several complex Phase I and Phase II merger control filings requiring remedies to the European Commission, the Competition and Markets Authority as well as other international competition authorities. Tom also regularly advises on cross-border investigations into anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominance, global antitrust compliance and best practice, and EU and domestic aviation regulation., Tom has advised clients across a broad range of sectors, including air transportation, fast moving consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, heavy industries, telecommunications and media.
The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal, in a merger case involving two companies providing technology solutions to the travel industry, confirms the Competition Authority ’ s broad discretion to review deals with limited UK nexus (Sabre / Farelogix)Concurrences Bulletin, Megan Yeates, Theodore Souris, Thomas McGrath and Martin McElwee, 21 May 2021, e-Competitions