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More than 225 Dentons lawyers recognised across 99 categories of The Legal 500 UK 2018
Dentons is pleased to announce that the Firm has been ranked in 99 categories in the 2018 edition of The Legal 500 UK, and a total of 226 Dentons lawyers have been recognised across their respective practice areas.
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Mark Clough QC is a senior counsel in Dentons’ Brussels office. Mark is one of the UK's leading experts in EU and competition law, including competition litigation, merger control, state aid, public procurement, international trade and economic regulation. He has represented clients for more than 25 years before the UK competition authorities and UK courts, including the Competition Appeal Tribunal, as well as the European Commission and EU Courts in Luxembourg.
He has advised clients on all areas of UK and EU competition law, from mergers, joint ventures and market investigations to cartels, dawn raids and investigations, distribution strategies, compliance programmes, including advice on competition strategies for dominant firms, and related economic regulation - in sectors as diverse as energy, water, financial services, transport including shipping, ICT, and food and drink. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1999 and a Scottish Solicitor in 2013. He has rights of audience in the UK Courts and the EU Court of Justice.
Mark was chairman of the Solicitors Association of Higher Court Advocates, SAHCA (2003 – 2006) and chair of the EU Committee of the Law Society (2010 – 2013) as well as being a member of the Law Society Working Group on Banking Reform. As an elected member of the Council of the European Law Institute based in Vienna, he currently chairs the Project Group on the European Commission’s proposed directive on competition law damages and its published Recommendation on Collective Redress.
Mark regularly chairs and speaks at conferences on competition, merger control, state aid, public procurement and trade law and has published numerous articles including:
Founder and honorary member of the Advisory Board, British Institute of International and Comparative Law Competition Law Forum (CLF); UK Competition Law Association (CLA), co-chairman of consultative Working Group; Law Society EU Committee member (Chairman, 2010- 2013); Solicitors' Association of Higher Court Advocates (Chairman 2003-2006); IBA, Anti-trust and International Trade Law Committee; UK Association of European Law; Board Member of European Maritime Law Organisation (EMLO); British Maritime Law Association (BMLA); Member Editorial Board International Trade Law and Regulation Journal; Member Editorial Board, European Competition Journal and responsible for section on national competition law; Former Expert Adviser to Rapporteurs of ECOSOC (EU Economic and Social Committee) on telecoms and audio visual policy and legislation; Trustee Board Member of Camden People's Theatre (CPT) and the Slynn Foundation.