Ms Sarah Lynam > William Fry > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

William Fry
2 GRAND CANAL SQUARE
DUBLIN 2
Ireland
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Work Department

Competition & Regulation

Position

Sarah Lynam is an Associate in our Competition & Regulation Department and holds a Bachelor in Laws degree (LLB) from Trinity College Dublin, as well as a Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law from King’s College London.

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Telecoms

(Rising stars)

Sarah LynamWilliam Fry

William Fry has been particularly active in telecoms-related litigation, including regulatory enforcement actions. The team also advises on the interface between telecoms and new technologies, regulatory compliance, and corporate matters, including investments into Irish telecoms companies. Practice head Claire Waterson, who stands out for her ‘keen attention to detail‘, specialises in regulatory and competition matters in the sector, including state aid, merger control and restrictive practices, while ‘pragmatic decision makerGarrett Breen and Laura Scott, who is noted for her ‘technical know-how‘, handle telecoms litigation. Senior associate Sarah Lynam advises on regulatory and competition law issues and enforcement actions.

Ireland > EU and competition

(Rising stars)

Sarah LynamWilliam Fry

William Fry has a strong reputation for advising on merger control, particularly the negotiation of remedies with the CCPC, and is active in state aid and public procurement matters. The practice also handles competition litigation and investigations by the EU Commission and the Irish competition authority. ‘Outstanding competition lawyerCormac Little leads the practice and is experienced in merger control, competition investigations and procurement. The ‘excellentClaire Waterson has expertise in sectoral regulation, particularly telecoms, and state aid; Sheila Tormey specialises in merger control, behavioural issues and private damages actions; and senior associate Sarah Lynam‘s experience includes advising on merger control and abuse of dominance.