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Jonathan Carter-Lewis

Jonathan Carter-Lewis

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English

Jonathan is an associate in our Competition & Trade team in London. He advises on a number of areas including matters relating to merger control, antitrust investigations and market investigations.

The industry sectors in which Jonathan has experience include healthcare, pharmaceuticals, financial services, energy, technology and real estate.

He holds a post-graduate diploma in competition law from King’s College London.

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Relevant experience

  • HCA International Limited in the CMA’s private healthcare market inquiry before the CMA and Competition Appeal Tribunal. This is the first successful challenge against a CMA decision in a market investigation ordering a company to divest part of its business.
  • GlaxoSmithKline in the UK's only ever reverse patent settlement investigation and one of the OFT/CMA's longest and most high profile prohibitive competition law inquiries, and on its appeal to the Competition Appeal Tribunal (novel issues at the IP/competition interface and new ways of testing economic evidence).
  • A UK energy company in relation to the variation and / or revocation of a remedy imposed by the CMA following its Energy Market Investigation.
  • A UK pharmaceutical company in relation to a CMA antitrust investigation.
  • Various clients in relation to UK merger control matters. Recent merger clearances include eBay/Motors.co.uk, Kaplan/Osborne Books and HCA/UHSM.
  • Various clients in relation to competition compliance programmes and risk audit processes.
  • A UK company in relation to a CMA consumer law investigation.
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Education

  • 2016 – EU Competition Law, PgDip, King’s College London
  • 2011 – LL.B., The College of Law
  • 2010 - GDL, The College of Law
  • 2009 – BA (Hons), University of Exeter 
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23 March 2020
UK Com­pet­i­tion law in a time of crisis
Cor­rect as of 5pm 23 March 2020. This art­icle is not be­ing main­tained. In­tro­duc­tion In the UK, as across the globe, COV­ID-19 has presen­ted ex­traordin­ary dif­fi­culties for busi­nesses and con­sumers alike...
29 October 2018
CMS ad­vises on Mo­tors.co.uk sale to eBay
CMS has ad­vised glob­al auto­mot­ive ser­vices pro­vider, Cox Auto­mot­ive UK, on the sale of its con­sumer-fa­cing car search busi­ness, Mo­tors.co.uk, to eBay. The com­ple­tion is sub­ject to com­pet­i­tion clear­ance...
03 October 2018
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It is well un­der­stood that data, and large quant­it­ies of them, are a ne­ces­sary fuel to train ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence (AI) en­gines. This art­icle first con­siders some com­mon ways big data has be­come a...
07 June 2018
CMA Con­sulta­tion on care home con­sumer law ad­vice launched and fi­nal guid­ance...
On 31 May 2018, the UK’s con­sumer and com­pet­i­tion watch­dog, the Com­pet­i­tion and Mar­kets Au­thor­ity (“CMA”), launched a pub­lic con­sulta­tion on its draft con­sumer law ad­vice for care home pro­viders...
16 April 2018
Dir­ect­ors dis­qual­i­fied for breaches of com­pet­i­tion law
The UK’s Com­pet­i­tion and Mar­kets Au­thor­ity (CMA) has se­cured un­der­tak­ings to dis­qual­i­fy two dir­ect­ors for breaches of com­pet­i­tion law. While this is only the second time the CMA has used its dir­ect­or...