Henry de la Barre's practice primarily focuses on antitrust and competition law matters, both at the national and international levels. He advises major national and international companies in their proceedings with the European Commission and the National Competition Authorities of EU Member States. Henry's competition law experience includes merger control, anticompetitive agreements, abuse of dominance, and state aid. He has been involved in several merger filings with the European Commission.
Henry assists clients in various industries and, in particular, has been active in several procedures in the telecom sector. In addition to competition and antitrust procedures, he was involved in proceedings before the Belgian telecom regulator and the European Commission for several matters concerning the EU Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications, Net Neutrality, and the EU Roaming Regulation.
Transaction "Designed" to Evade Merger Control Leads to U.S. and EU Penalties The M&A Lawyer, 2019, Issue 7
Transaction 'Designed' To Evade Merger Control, The M&A Lawyer, Volume 23, Issue 7
Economic Evidence In Merger Review: EU's Highest Court Clarifies Rights Of Defense, The M&A Lawyer, Volume 23, Issue 3
- March 2018
Commission Expansionism in EU Merger Control - Fact and Fiction
- June 2016
EU roaming regulation IV: implementation challenges ahead
- College of Europe, Bruges (LL.M. in EU Institutional & EU Competition Law 2015); Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (LL.M. in EU & International Law 2014); University of Namur (LL.B. 2012)
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