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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

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Monika Zejden-Erdmann

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Eversheds Sutherland

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Monika is an Associate in the Competition, EU and Regulatory Group. She advises on a wide range of competition law matters, including cartel investigations, market investigations, State aid, and the application of competition law to commercial agreements.

Monika also specialises in all aspects of EU/UK export control and sanctions laws and procurement law. In addition, she devises compliance and training materials for client on competition law and ethics as well as export control and sanctions. Monika also has general commercial experience in advising on and drafting agency and distribution agreements.

Her recent experience includes: advising a number of international companies in respect of the application of export controls and EU/UK trade sanctions; acting for a ‘big six’ energy supplier in connection with the CMA’s energy market investigation; and working on an on-going major European Commission cartel investigation.




English – fluent; Polish - fluent

London: Corporate and commercial

Customs and Excise

Within: Customs and Excise

The team at Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP regularly advises a variety of clients on customs duties, valuation, anti-dumping and countervailing duties. The group handles both contentious and non-contentious customs and excise issues, and has extensive UK court experience. In light of the Brexit process, and drawing on the firm’s international presence and expertise it is now often called upon to advise on strategies to deal with its potential implications. The group is co-led by James Lindop, who sits in the Competition, EU and Trade practice; and tax specialist Giles Salmond, who is noted for his ability to ‘communicate with lawyers and business-folk with ease’. Competition associate Monika Zejden-Erdmann specialises in all aspects of EU and UK export controls and sanctions law.

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EU and competition: trade, WTO anti-dumping and customs

Within: EU and competition: trade, WTO anti-dumping and customs

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP's practice attracts praise for its ‘excellent knowledge’ and ‘pragmatic, clear, and definitive advice’. Areas of strength include export control, customs formalities, customs duties and indirect taxes and Brexit advice, with key clients for the practice including BBA Aviation, HESCO Bastion, Teledyne Technologies and AVEVA Group. Practice head James Lindop has represented clients in front of HMRC, the Export Control Organisation and the European Commission and is seen as an expert for customs, export control and sanctions questions. Tax expert Giles Salmond and associate Monika Zejden-Erdmann are also recommended.

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