Savas Manoussakis' practice focuses on EU and UK competition law. Savas advises clients on cartel and abuse of dominance investigations, State aid, market investigations, competition litigation, and UK, EU, and international merger control. He advises clients in many sectors, including the pharmaceutical, semiconductor, online, telecommunications, aviation, nuclear, and financial sectors. Savas speaks English, German, Greek, and French.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Savas worked for several years as an antitrust associate in an international law firm in London and Brussels.
Savas holds an LL.M. and a post-graduate diploma in competition law. Prior to entering private practice, he worked in the Appellate Body Secretariat of the World Trade Organization and in the Competition Law and Policy Division of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
Savas teaches an LL.B. class on antitrust issues in online platforms and big data at King’s College London.
Advised a multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company in attaining merger control clearances across nine jurisdictions for its acquisition of a major semiconductor company.
Advised a major tech group and a leading mobile phone manufacturer in the European Commission’s investigation into Google’s conduct regarding Android and certain mobile apps.
Advised a major chemical manufacturing company in attaining merger control clearance from the European Commission.
Advised a luxury automotive manufacturer in attaining State aid for the construction of an automotive production facility in Slovakia.
King's College London, 2016, Postgraduate Diploma, EU Competition Law
BPP Law School, 2011, LPC, Corporate focus
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2005, LL.M.
Université de Bordeaux IV, 2006, Certificat de Droit Français, Erasmus Exchange
University of Kent, England, 2007, LL.B., European Legal Studies
England & Wales (Solicitor)
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Competition, Law360 (2018–2020)