Ina Lunneryd

Ina Lunneryd

Antitrust & Foreign Investment Managing Associate, Brussels

"I advise on all aspects of Antitrust & Foreign Investment law and have particular expertise in State aid. I give clear and solutions-driven advice to help clients achieve their strategic goals."

Overview

Professional experience

Education and qualifications

Overview

Qualified in Sweden, Ina is a Managing Associate in our global Antitrust & Foreign Investment practice, based in Brussels.

Ina has diverse experience across advisory, investigatory and transactional aspects of Antitrust & Foreign Investment law in the EU, UK and Sweden. This includes merger control investigations and abuse of dominance cases. Ina also has significant expertise in State aid, and has recently assisted clients with appeals to the EU General Court against Commission decisions on alleged tax sweeteners.

Ina advises companies and private equity firms across a wide range of sectors, including energy, transport and pharmaceutical.

In 2018, Ina went on secondment to the firm’s London office.

Work highlights

Ina’s recent experience includes advising:

  • A multi-national defence, security and aerospace company on its appeal to the EU General Court of the Commission’s State aid decision on the UK’s CFC rules
  • Six companies on their appeals against the Commission’s State aid decision in the Belgian Excess Profit Ruling case
  • Takeda on its £46bn acquisition of Irish drug maker Shire, the largest ever outbound M&A deal by a Japanese company
  • Scripps in relation to its $14.6bn acquisition by Discovery
  • Linde on its merger with Praxair
  • Fluxys and Enegás on their joint divestment of Swedegas to FS Gas Transport
  • Various clients in the healthcare and private equity sectors in relation to the CMA’s excessive pricing and conduct investigations

Professional experience

Ina joined Linklaters in 2017. Prior to joining Linklaters, Ina worked for four years at a leading Swedish law firm in Brussels.

Education and qualifications

Ina studied law at Gothenburg University, Sweden, where she graduated top of class.

Ina speaks English and Swedish.