Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
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Mark Tricker is an antitrust and competition lawyer based in London.
Mark has more than 20 years' experience advising a number of leading corporates on all aspects of competition law, including major M&A and investigations as well as day-to-day competition law compliance advice and training.
Prior to relocating to London, Mark spent time in Brussels as our head of office.
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- Registered at the Brussels Bar
- Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
- PayPal – on the US$2.2bn acquisition of iZettle, obtaining a phase II clearance without remedies from the UK Competition and Markets Authority
- Carlsberg – on the formation of a joint venture brewing business with Marston's and, separately, the formation of a joint venture with Heineken, both of which required filings with the European Commission and referrals back to the UK Competition and Markets Authority
- NYSE-listed Ritchie Bros. – on its acquisition of Euro Auctions which required a multijurisdictional review and a filing with the UK Competition and Markets Authority
- Reckitt Benckiser – on the acquisition of K-Y Jelly from Johnson & Johnson, including making filings before a number of authorities around the world and obtaining a phase II clearance from the UK Competition and Markets Authority, using a novel licensing remedy
- G4S plc – on a (subsequently aborted) acquisition for the global facilities management provider, ISS, for £5.2bn, including making filings before the European Commission and various other authorities around the world.
Leading individual, Corporate and commercial: EU and competition, The Legal 500, 2022
"a world class competition partner"
"a deep understanding of the European Commission's workings"
"excellent and very practical"
"a very high level of service"
Future leader, Competition, Who's Who Legal, 2022.
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: Significant consumer law reforms
Publication | April 26, 2023
One year on: What should you know about the first year of the UK NSI regime?
Publication | February 10, 2023
M&A Outlook 2022: Raising the bar | A more challenging antitrust and national security climate for M&A
Publication | January 14, 2022