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Slaughter and May
ONE BUNHILL ROW
LONDON
EC1Y 8YY
England

Living Wage

Work Department

Competition
Litigation
Global Investigations

Position

William is a partner based in London, but spends a significant amount of his time in Brussels.

William has extensive experience in a wide range of competition and regulatory matters. He has been involved in a number of major cartel and other behavioural cases, including global antitrust investigations. He has also acted on a number of high-profile merger cases (including at Phase II) before the EU and UK competition authorities. In addition, he has significant experience in the field of competition litigation, including in appeals before the EU and UK courts. He is a member of the Brussels Bar (A list), as well as being qualified as a solicitor (England and Wales).

Career

Joined Slaughter and May in 2006. Partner since 2016.

Education

Oxford and Cambridge

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > EU and competition

Slaughter and May‘s ‘top-class‘ competition group possesses market-leading multijurisdictional capabilities across the full scope of antitrust investigations, merger control cases, subsidy control issues, and consumer law matters. The ‘wonderful‘ global competition co-chair Bertrand Louveaux is reputed for the depth of his practice, advising a mix of blue-chip manufacturers, financial services providers, and tech companies both on transactional matters and before the various regulatory authorities. Fellow global co-chair Claire Jeffs routinely coordinates merger approvals on a global scale, and is also noted for her experience in cartel and other behavioural cases. Philippe Chappatte is a highly experienced EU and UK competition law adviser, with recent highlights including proposed acquisitions in the biotech and health tech sectors. Multinational tech companies and sovereign states alike turn to Isabel Taylor for her expertise in state aid, subsidy control, and competition authority investigations – both at home and abroad. Lisa Wright ‘s recent focus encompasses e-commerce and financial services, while William Turtle has handled matters for the full scope of consumer goods manufacturers – from food and drink to luxury products. Senior counsel Tina Zhuo is also recommended. Jonathan Slade was promoted to partner in May 2022. All named lawyers work between the firm’s London and Brussels offices.

Comparative Guides

United Kingdom: Cartels April 2022 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Cartels laws and regulations that may occur in United Kingdom.