May Lyn Yuen
May Lyn has worked on a broad range of EU competition law cases and matters. She has worked with clients to successfully navigate through both phase I and phase II merger cases before the European Commission and has coordinated a number of multinational merger filings. In recent years, she has helped clients in various cartel investigations and information exchange cases before the European Commission and coordinated their strategy and defence before authorities around the world. She has additionally advised clients on dominance issues, particularly in relation to pricing practices.
May Lyn is Malaysian Chinese, and closely monitors competition law developments in South East Asia and China.
Acting for one of the carriers in the European Commission’s investigation of the maritime car shipping sector and in coordinating our client’s worldwide defence strategy.
Defending a Japanese electronic component manufacturer in an EU cartel investigation, coordinated in the context of investigations and civil actions across the world.
ALSTOM in its acquisition of the signalling business unit of General Electric.
Advising an international medical device company entering Europe on its unilateral conduct and distribution agreements.
Providing general antitrust advice on dominance issues, supply and distribution agreements, cooperation agreements and other commercial practices.
Advising on antitrust compliance programmes and training.