EmilieRy Schou


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Emilie Ry Schou's competition law experience includes merger control at the EU and national levels. She has assisted in cross-border mergers involving several sectors, including energy, hydraulics, as well as industrial chemicals and minerals. She also has advised clients on potential cartel and abuse of dominance issues, primarily in the tech and semiconductor sectors. In addition, Emilie has assisted clients from the telecommunications industry on EU law and regulatory issues.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Emilie worked at the European Commission and at a European IP-focused law firm.


  • Eaton sells hydraulics business to DanfossJones Day advised Eaton Corporation as antitrust counsel in the sale of its hydraulics business to Danfoss Power Solutions for US$3.3 billion.
  • Luminus acquires Essent BelgiumJones Day advised Luminus SA (a subsidiary of EDF SA) on the antitrust and merger control aspects of its acquisition of Essent Belgium NV.
  • Confidential client responds to Greek antitrust investigationJones Day advised a confidential client with respect to an investigation by the Greek Competition Authority into an alleged abuse of dominance.
  • Imerys merger with Kerneos receives antitrust clearanceJones Day represented Imerys S.A., a multinational manufacturer of industrial minerals, on the antitrust aspects of its €880 million acquisition of Kerneos, a global producer and supplier of specialty cements.