Camille Worms acts for clients on contentious and transactional matters, helping them with a wide range of antitrust and competition aspects. She has extensive experience advising large companies and trade associations on complex antitrust issues, including cartels, abuse of dominance and State aid. Camille has experience assisting clients during dawn raids and advising them on merger control and Foreign Direct Investment, both at French and global levels.
- Represented Generali RE and Munich Re in connection with the acquisition of Saxon Land, a real estate investment company.
- Represented Generali funds on a co-investment transaction and joint venture in One Fen Court, a newly-developed office tower in London’s insurance district, with German insurer Munich Re.
- Represented a major Japanese trading company in connection with the acquisition of a controlling interest in a mining company.
- Represented a US company in connection with the acquisition of a leading metal distribution company.
- Advised Private Equity firms on recent cases in the technology sector.
- Advised on the Digital Markets Act and the Digital Services Act.
- Advised and provided training on antitrust compliance and dawn raid inspections.
- Representing a party involved in the ongoing European Commission’s investigation in the fragrance sector.
- Representing a global company in connection with a high-profile ICC Arbitration case involving a claim of abuse of dominant position through excessive pricing.
- Providing antitrust advice to a consortium of global companies and trade associations in the cosmetic industry.
- Providing regulatory and pre-litigation advice to a global agribusiness company in the dairy industry.
King's College London, LLM (Competition Law)
Humboldt University of Berlin, LLM (European Law and Comparative Law)
University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, Master’s Degree in European Union Law and Comparative Law
- Brussels, Belgium (E List)