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DWF’s team is headed by state aid and European Regional Development Fund expert Jonathan Branton, who is representing Mexichem in an anti-competitive behaviour investigation by the European Commission, and is advising East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Hull City Council on state aid issues relating to the new Green Port project. Other clients include Morrisons, Dairy UK and Burtons Foods.

The ‘outstanding and tremendousAdam Collinson leads the department at Eversheds LLP, which provides advice on merger clearances, investigations and dawn raids. Highlights included acting for RWE on the CMA’s investigation into the energy market, and assisting Dairy Crest Group with merger clearance issues. Partner Kate Newmanhas excellent commercial awareness, and is always on the front foot’.

Walker Morris LLP provides ‘excellent service and expertise’. The ‘pragmatic and client-focused’ Trudy Feaster-Gee and consultant Jeremy Scholes jointly lead the practice, which has notable strength in abuse of dominance issues, compliance matters and merger control. Feaster-Gee recently led advice to Enova International and its UK subsidiary on the CMA’s investigation into the payday lending market.

Addleshaw Goddard LLP is ‘practical and gives well-pitched advice’ to blue-chip clients on merger clearance matters, state aid issues, litigation and investigations. London-based practice head Bruce Kilpatrick is advising RBS on the CMA’s investigation into retail banking, and the team is acting for Delta in cartel-related litigation.

The Premier League remains a significant client for McCormicks, which also acted for GMI Construction in an OFT investigation. Practice head Peter McCormick and Philip Edmondson are recommended.

Andrew Finfer leads the practice at Ward Hadaway, which has advised clients on merger control issues, cartel investigations, state aid and public procurement matters. Clients include Rivers Capital Partners and North East Finance.

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