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Aniko Adam

Senior Associate

Aniko Adam

As a senior associate in our Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation team, Aniko Adam advises clients operating in a broad range of industry sectors in relation to EU and UK competition laws and the EU and UK merger control regimes.

Aniko has recently spent time on secondment in the cabinet of Judge Christopher Vajda at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg.

Representative Experience

Acting for Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig before the Competition Appeal Tribunal in defending follow-on antitrust damages action and claim for exemplary damages by Albion Water Limited.

Acting for a client in relation to an investigation under Chapter I of the Competition Act 1998 by the Competition and Markets Authority.

Acting for Investindustrial Group on the competition aspects of the proposed divestment of Avincis to Babcock International plc.

Acting for a major financial institution in relation to a European Commission investigation.

Advising Trinity Mirror plc on the merger control aspects of its investment in local media joint venture Local World.

Advising Anschutz Entertainment Group on the merger control aspects of the acquisition of the HMV Hammersmith Apollo through a joint venture with CTS Eventim AG.

Providing ongoing advice to a major motor vehicle manufacturer on its distribution arrangements.

Acting for client in relation to a follow-on damages claim in the High Court following an Article 101 TFEU infringement decision by the European Commission.

Education and admissions


  • Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law, King's College London, 2012
  • L.P.C., BPP Law School, London, 2009
  • M.A., University of Cambridge, 2008
  • B.A., University of British Columbia, 2006


  • Law Society of England and Wales

Court admissions

  • Senior Courts of England and Wales

Latest thinking and events

Published Works

Online price restrictions: the Pride Mobility scooters case

E-Commerce Law & Policy
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