Other Author      Ruth Neligan, Trainee Solicitor

In the two years since the United Kingdom left the European Union, the Competition and Markets Authority has established itself as a notable competition authority on the global stage, including in the digital sphere. This article, published in Concurrences, summarises a number of trends in UK merger control post-Brexit with reference to key cases, the CMA’s expansive approach to the exercise of its jurisdiction, its work with other merger competition authorities and proposed reforms.

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