Lindsay […] has been providing strategic advice and tactics on how to deal with competitors and suppliers with dominant market positions. Lindsay is well informed about recent case law and also “streetwise” and able to provide practical advice to avoid potential conflicts. We certainly recommend Lindsay and [Bates Wells] for competition law advice.
As a trade association we have benefited greatly from Lindsay's expertise, guidance and support - both at a policy level and practically building our knowledge and expertise. Equally, Lindsay has developed our members' awareness and guided them through key considerations and actions to take. Her support and work directly with us has been bespoke, of exceptional quality and content, and importantly delivered with care and a smile
Lindsay at BatesWells has been invaluable in supporting Intacare with some complicated product regulatory assessments, resulting in us being able to successfully navigate the current ambiguous guidelines, meet the compliance assurance needs of our international clientele and progress our international commercialisation plans.
I am a Senior Associate in the Corporate Commercial Department, specialising in UK and EU competition law.
I advise on all aspects of competition law from anti-competitive agreements and abuses of dominance to merger control and EU State aid. I also cover the commercial aspects of other EU-based laws such as privacy, data protection and export controls.
I particularly enjoy delivering compliance training ‘at the coal face’ to clients. I qualified at international law firm Simmons & Simmons in 2000. I subsequently worked as a senior legal adviser for a sectoral regulator and went on to join the top-ranking Competition Group at Slaughter and May.
I assist clients from all sectors of the economy but also have, unusually, an in-depth understanding of the UK health and social care sector.
This required EU State aid, capital investment and net revenue generation compliance assessments, in particular the application of the R&D&I block exemption for compatible R&D projects and special treatment afforded to research institutions.
Very recent advice for this client has considered both EU State aid and public procurement compliance in respect of the receipt of a GLA grant and associated service contract to manage a multi-party tourist service.