Dominique Lombardi > Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP > Singapore, Singapore > Lawyer Profile

Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP
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MARINE ONE WEST TOWER #06-07
SINGAPORE 018937
Singapore

Position

Deputy Head, Competition & Antitrust and Trade

Career

Dominique is the Deputy Head of Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP’s Competition & Antitrust and Trade Practice. A Foreign Lawyer with the Competition & Antitrust Practice, she has extensive experience in European competition and antitrust laws and regulatory issues.

Having spent more than a decade in Asia, she has acquired an intimate knowledge of competition regimes in the region and brings to the Practice a unique dual European/Asian approach. Dominique has worked both in private practice and as an in-house lawyer with her expertise covering all aspects of competition/antitrust law – merger control, international cartels (including multi-jurisdictional leniency), vertical restraints, abusive conduct – as well as deregulation law.

Dominique has been cited as a leading lawyer by various journals, including Euromoney Experts Guide to the World’s Leading Competition & Antitrust Lawyers, Who’s Who Legal, Best Lawyers and Chambers.

Separately, Dominique is an Adjunct Lecturer at Sorbonne Assas International Law School – Asia, where she lectures on European Competition Law. Dominique is a French native speaker.

In 2018, Dominique was conferred Knight of the French National Order of Merit.

Education

DESS in International Business Law, Paris X University (France) – (AE/Alumni)
Master’s degree in business law, Paris X University (France)

Lawyer Rankings

Singapore > Antitrust and competition: local firms

Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP is active across the full spectrum of competition merger clearances, including in an increasing number of multi-jurisdictional merger control reviews. Its team supports clients in investigations, and leniency and abuse of dominance matters. Kala Anandarajah leads ‘a very capable team‘, which includes Dominique Lombardi, who is experienced in EU and Asean competition regimes, and Tanya Tang.