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Tom Morgan

Senior Associate

Antitrust, competition and trade

Recognized as a 'Future Leader' in Competition

Who’s Who Legal 2018

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About Tom Morgan

Tom’s areas of practice include advising clients on EU multijurisdictional merger control cases and behavioural mandates including state aid, abuse of dominance and other anti-competitive conduct.

He is based in New York, and has spent time working in our London, Brussels, and Berlin offices. Before joining the firm as a trainee, Tom was an intern at the House of Commons.

Recent work

  • Advising AstraZeneca on its $39bn acquisition of Alexion.
  • Advising Cengage on its all-stock merger with McGraw-Hill Education, Inc. creating a new global learning company for college textbooks, other higher-education materials, and K-12 learning solutions.

  • Advising Mars on its US$3bn acquisition of Iams and Eukanuba pet food brands from Procter & Gamble.
  • Advising LANXESS on the creation of its €2.75bn joint venture with Saudi Aramco in relation to rubber.
  • Advising Ferrovial on the sale of interests in Heathrow Airport to China Investment Corporation and Qatar Holding; and Heathrow Airport on its disposal of Stansted Airport.
  • Advising Rosneft on numerous strategic joint ventures with ExxonMobil and other oil majors.
  • Assessing various agreements and commercial structures in light of the anti-competition restrictions in Articles 101 and 102 TFEU.

Qualifications

  • BPP Law School, London (Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course)
  • Warwick University, UK (BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics)
  • Solicitor, England and Wales, Ireland
  • Licensed as a Foreign Legal Consultant in the State of New York

Publications

  • Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, Volume 5, Number 5, 2014 State Aid, National Courts and the Separation of Powers: Should Judges be Bound to the European Commission’s Unfinished State Aid Business?