Jeremy joined Harcus Parker as a partner, from a leading international firm, in February 2021.
Jeremy has practised antitrust/competition law and economic regulation for over two decades. His practice covers both contentious and non-contentious work. He has represented clients in competition law investigations led by the Competition and Markets Authority and its predecessors, the OFT and the Competition Commission, as well as before the Civil Aviation Authority and European Commission. He has brought cases before the High Court, Court of Appeal and Court of Justice of the EU. In antitrust/competition work, he advises on competition damages litigation, public procurement litigation, appeals against or in relation to regulatory decisions. His scope of work encompasses anti-competitive agreements, abuses of dominance, market investigations, State Aid/state subsidy law, EU relations law and merger control. Outside antitrust/competition work, Jeremy is a specialist in aviation law and regulation, on which he has published and spoken widely, and on data protection law.
With Tom Ross, Jeremy is a contributor to the competition law Private Enforcement database published by Kluwer. Jeremy was a founding and is now a consulting editor of the EC Merger Decisions Digest (Kluwer), author of the UK Aviation Chapter of Butterworths Competition Law (LexisNexis), and a contributor to the Journal of European Competition Law and Practice (OUP).
WHAT OTHERS SAY
Jeremy is listed as a leading practitioner in competition law in Chambers and Partners UK, is also listed in Legal500 and mentioned as a “future leader” in competition in Who’s Who Legal.
Jeremy is the Treasurer of the UK Competition Law Association and a member of the Aviation Club UK.