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Baker McKenzie

100 NEW BRIDGE STREET, LONDON, EC4V 6JA, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7919 1000
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Fax 020 7919 1999
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233 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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Baker McKenzie, Luis Alfonso Gómez, London, ENGLAND

Luis Alfonso Gómez

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Work 020 7919 1766
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Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

EU, competition and trade.

Position

Luis Gomez serves as partner in the London office's EC, Competition & Trade Department and member of the Energy, Chemicals, Mining & Infrastructure Industry Group. He advises on general competition and merger control law at both the EC and UK levels, as well as varied competition issues in the oil and gas, mining, chemicals and infrastructure sectors. Luis is the executive editor of Global Merger Control Manual and co-author of "State Measures and Public Bodies" in PLC's EC and UK Competition Law Practice Manuals. He joined Baker McKenzie in 1994 and became a partner in 2003. Luis focuses his practice on a full range of competition law advice — from cartel defense and leniency, abuse of dominance, distribution strategies and global or local compliance audits, to merger control processes and the analysis of complex joint ventures and strategic alliances. He regularly appears before the OFT, Competition Commission and European Commission. Luis also has extensive knowledge of general antitrust and merger filing regimes in the US, having spent one year in Baker McKenzie's Washington DC office. He previously assisted Shell International Limited in coordinating filing strategies for a whole range of other corporate transactions.

Career

Trained Baker McKenzie; qualified 1996; partner 2003 to date. Editor of the 'Global Merger Control Manual' (8th edition).

Languages

English; French; Italian; Spanish

Member

Law Society's European Group.

Education

University of Kent at Canterbury (B.A.) (1992); European University Institute (LL.M.) (1993); College of Law at London (Merit) (1994)

Leisure

Travel and culture, reading, films and sport (especially squash and tennis).

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