Victoria has wide experience of advising clients on competition and procurement matters, providing commercial advice to support her clients in achieving their objectives
Victoria is a senior associate in our Competition & EU law team in London.
She advises on competition, EU regulatory and public procurement law matters, with a particular focus on regulated sectors. Her experience covers a broad range of EU and UK competition issues, including cartels, merger filings, competition authority investigations, dominance issues, and distribution and licensing agreements. She also has significant experience advising on the public and utilities procurement regimes.
Victoria has worked with clients in a range of sectors including telecoms, energy, IT and transport (and particularly aviation). Victoria's experience has focused in particular on regulated sectors, in which her work has included dominance issues, cartels and land agreements; follow-on damages claims and other litigation arising from such matters; merger control advice for a variety of projects; and state aid. She also advises on EU and UK regulatory matters, such as third package unbundling requirements and TPA, spectrum regulation and roaming and in particular the interplay between competition and regulation.
Victoria also has significant experience advising contracting authorities and bidders on the public procurement regime, including advising on major infrastructure projects procured using the competitive dialogue procedure including IT projects, waste contracts, roads and railways. Victoria provides support throughout the procurement process, and has also assisted a number of bidders and authorities with challenges under the procurement regulations.
Victoria graduated from Kings College London and the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in 2005 and has since completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Competition Law at King’s College London. She regularly contributes to journals and client briefings on key competition and procurement issues.