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Partner; Philippe is Head of the Competition Group.
Philippe has extensive experience of both EU and UK competition law with expertise in merger, cartel, behavioural and competition litigation cases in both jurisdictions. He is resident in our London office, but is also established in Brussels, where he spends a proportion of his time.
Articled Slaughter and May; qualified 1982; partner 1989.
French; reasonable German.
Co-founder and co-president of the European Competition Lawyers Forum.
Oxford (BA Law 1st Class); Université Libre de Bruxelles (Lic Sp Dr Eur highest distinction).
Slaughter and May‘s competition practice is truly market-leading, frequently assisting with the most complex and significant deals and investigations in the market. The group has a demonstrable track record of achieving outstanding results for clients before regulatory bodies; as a recent example, Bertrand Louveaux advised Deliveroo on a CMA phase II investigation into Amazon acquiring a minority interest in the company, which resulted in a rare unconditional Phase 2 clearance. The team is able to call on a number of respected partners, including Claire Jeffs (co-lead of the department alongside Louveaux) and Isabel Taylor, who is a ‘ shrewd, practical and knowledgeable expert in subsidy control/State aid’. Philippe Chappatte is another well-known name and assists with market investigations. Jackie Holland joined Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton in early 2021.
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