Siobhan has practised EU and UK competition law for over ten years in Brussels and the UK, in addition to counselling clients on regulatory, policy and trade matters. Her competition experience has included: comprehensive competition law compliance programmes and training; complex cartel infringement assessments, defence, and leniency applications; detailed vertical, horizontal, tech transfer and motor vehicle agreement analysis and support; substantial advice following the Commission’s e-commerce inquiry; strategic and in-depth counsel for clients in abuse of dominance claims as defendant, complainant and victim; and significant experience in matters on UK, European and international merger control.
She has extensive experience advising on competition law in the tech industry, including big data and artificial intelligence, in addition to automotive and other transport, and on FMCG issues. Siobhan has also recently spent over a year working as an in-house competition counsel at a global oil and gas company, where her focus included advising on new energies initiatives and electric car charging infrastructure. She also specialises in different aspects of tech regulation, including net neutrality, and autotech.