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In this session we will show you how we help clients overcome challenges faced during cross-border antitrust investigations.
We will demonstrate the art of navigating complex matters efficiently all while addressing regulators across multiple jurisdictions. Our experts will guide you through Epiq's exclusive differentiators in the eDiscovery and investigations market.
Our unique ingredients include expert people, trusted processes, and advanced technologies that combine to make our five-star recipe that takes the complexity out of cross-border matters.
Justin Collins has more than twenty years of experience in leadership for technology and services firms. Responsible for Epiq’s commercial business in EMEA, he runs the account management, and supporting functions with teams across Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Netherlands, Paris, and Zurich.
Yves focuses his practice on EU competition law, in particular merger control and antitrust investigations. In recent years, he secured early termination without fines or very favorable outcomes in several antitrust and cartel proceedings. His antitrust practice also includes providing tailored compliance advice as well as conducting audits and risk assessments.
Based in the firm’s Brussels office and Italian law-qualified, Annamaria represents clients in competition investigations before the European Commission (EC), the Italian Antitrust Authority as well as regulatory authorities worldwide. She advises on global transactions as well as global cartel investigations. She regularly counsels clients on abuse of dominance issues.
Marcus heads Linklaters’ competition practice in Hong Kong SAR and was recently named GCR’s Lawyer of the Year (Under 40). He advises companies on antitrust matters across the region. He has advised on several precedent setting probes and decisions, including acting for Charoen Pokphand Group on its $10.6 billion acquisition of Tesco’s businesses in Thailand and Malaysia, the largest M&A deal in Asia in 2020. Other recent notable “firsts” include defending a leading IT distributor in the first ever cartel prosecution before Hong Kong’s Competition Tribunal and Court of Appeal and acting in the first ever abuse of dominance prosecution before the Competition Tribunal. He has a range of experience based on his work in both Europe and Asia, as well being a former in-house lawyer at the Hong Kong Competition Commission. Marcus has taken a lead in merger control aspects of Asian and global transactions. Prior to moving to Asia, Marcus was based in Brussels and worked on a range of global cartel and antitrust matters – including investigations with complex remedy/commitment processes in the EU and China, leniency applications, and multi-national litigation.
Wendy Wong is a Director of Client Services for Epiq in APAC and she has over 7 years of eDiscovery experience and over 13 years of professional experience.
Wendy specializes in driving cross-border cases for Mainland Chinese clients with complex data center or on-site solution. She advises on the best workflow and design of review to support complex potential sensitive information review in country, as well as possible next layer of reviews for outside counsels, with or within, the China border. Wendy ensures seamless customer experiences, while upholding a high priority in data security standards.
Wendy speaks fluently in English, Mandarin Chinese, and Cantonese.
Ari Senders is a Director of Client Services for Epiq in EMEA with a background in managing complex cross-border matters including litigation, regulatory inquiries, investigations and dispute resolution. He has 20 years of eDiscovery experience working for global legal and consulting firms. He manages a team of client service professionals in the UK, Germany and Poland with a focus on leading Epiq’s eDiscovery Managed Services business in the region.
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