Brexit implications for Competition/Antitrust

The UK has left the EU and the transition period after Brexit comes to an end this year. This will have many important competition law implications, affecting how our clients do business.

From parallel EU and UK merger reviews (already impacting deals this side of 2021), to the fate of the State aid rules in the UK as one of the more contentious elements of ongoing EU/UK political negotiations and a key focus of the UK Internal Market Bill.

Meanwhile, in line with a broader trend in many countries and following the introduction of targeted reforms in June 2020, the UK Government has reaffirmed its intention to introduce more comprehensive (and radical) foreign investment control reforms.

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