Emma Walsh focuses her practice on EU and UK competition law and antitrust. In particular, Emma represents clients on a variety of behavioural antitrust investigations and competition disputes before the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), the European Commission, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. Emma’s experience is diverse, having worked on behalf of a variety of distinguished clients from a wide range of industries including healthcare, life sciences, and retail.
Emma has court experience having represented Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Limited in a four month trial against Visa in the High Court, as well as Concordia in an action challenging the legality of a search warrant issued by the CMA. Emma is currently representing both clients in the Court of Appeal.
Emma is continuing to develop her practical experience in antitrust by advising clients on mergers, cartels, dawn-raids, pricing, dominance, and refusals to supply, with a continued emphasis on competition litigation and behavioural antitrust investigations.
Emma completed her training contract at Morgan Lewis following her legal studies at Warwick University and the University of Hong Kong.
Acting for Concordia in relation to an ongoing investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority into alleged excessive pricing.
Acting for Concordia in relation to a Statement of Objections by the Competition and Markets Authority in relation to an alleged pay-for-delay arrangement.
Acting for a Fortune 500 company in an ongoing investigation into alleged market-sharing and price-fixing.
Acting for Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd. in connection with a claim for damages against Visa in the interchange fee litigation at the High Court.
BPP Law School, 2015, LPC
Warwick University, 2013, LLB, Law
University of Hong Kong, 2012, LLB, Law
England & Wales (Solicitor)
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Competition, Law360 (2017)
Member, The American Lawyer Young Lawyer Editorial Board