Managing Multi-jurisdictional Mergers in the Age of Uncertainty

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Managing Multi-jurisdictional Mergers in the Age of Uncertainty

Managing Multi-jurisdictional Mergers in the Age of Uncertainty

About the speakers
  • Katarzyna Czapracka
    Katarzyna Czapracka
    Partner at White & Case LLP
    Katarzyna advises clients on the full range of competition law issues, including on the management of distribution networks, abuse of dominance and antitrust audits. She defends clients in antitrust investigations before the European Commission and Polish competition authority. Her experience also includes handling multijurisdictional merger control cases, including phase two proceedings before the European Commission and cases requiring remedies.
  • Craig Earnshaw
    Craig Earnshaw
    Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting
    Craig provides strategic advice to clients across all areas of FTI’s Technology offering and provides specific counsel to clients in the areas of European Union-based evidence collection and disclosure, computer-based forensics and electronic data hosting for litigation and regulatory enquiries. His engagement experience over his almost 25 years focused solely on electronic evidence and complex data matters includes multi-jurisdictional investigations and regulatory enquiries relating to anti-competitive behaviour, cartels, price-fixing, and merger clearance in addition to fraud, bribery and corruption investigations, and intellectual property theft. Craig has provided both written and oral expert evidence in the High Court in London, and has testified at depositions in the United States, as well as submitting written expert evidence into other forums such as employment tribunals and arbitrations. Craig has provided forensic technology counsel to clients on some of the most complex and demanding matters that have taken place over the last twenty years, including the recent LIBOR and Foreign Exchange regulatory investigations. These matters have required him to undertake detailed work in industries including financial services, manufacturing, banking and petrochemicals, and in jurisdictions throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East.
  • Kamya Rajagopal
    Kamya Rajagopal
    Senior Legal Counsel – Global Antitrust at Nestlé
    Kamya Rajagopal is a member of Nestlé’s Global Antitrust Team. She advises on antitrust and competition matters across the Nestlé Group. Kamya has extensive antitrust and merger control experience and prior to Nestlé, worked with law firms in the UK and India.
  • Ricardo Zimbron
    Ricardo Zimbron
    Director, Mergers at Competition & Markets Authority (CMA)

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