Mayer Brown welcomes Julian Ellison in Brussels as partner in Antitrust & Competition practice
6 February 2014
Brussels - Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, announced today that Julian Ellison has joined the firm as a partner in its Antitrust & Competition practice in Brussels. Previously, he was a partner in the Brussels office at Ashurst.
Kiran Desai, partner-in-charge of Mayer Brown’s office in Brussels, said: "Julian is a highly regarded EU and UK competition lawyer whose experience complements our focus in Europe on network industries, local markets, government investigations and litigation before the EU Court of Justice. In addition, his skills will enhance our State aid practice and our representation of clients in sectors such as transport and chemicals.”
He also said: "He has been involved in many EU cases involving Phase II inquiries and cases involving required undertakings, as well as UK Competition Commission cases. This experience will support the increasing M&A activities of our clients."
Bob Bloch, Global head of Antitrust & Competition at Mayer Brown said: "Julian brings nearly 30 years of strong antitrust experience in Europe to our practice so we look forward to his joining us and his significant capabilities across a broad range of issues and industries, which will benefit Mayer Brown clients."
Commenting on his reasons for joining Mayer Brown, Julian said: "Mayer Brown’s high quality practice in Brussels and its strong US antitrust credentials make the firm an attractive and stimulating place to work."