Andreas Neocleous

Andreas Neocleous was born in Paphos, Cyprus. He is the founder and managing partner of Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC.

Mr Neocleous graduated in law from Athens University in 1964 and was admitted to the Cyprus Bar in 1965. He is a former member of both the Cyprus Parliament and the Cyprus Bar Council and is currently a member of the Cyprus Bar Association, the International Bar Association, the Mediterranean Maritime Arbitration Association (vice-president ) and the International Academy of Tax Advisors. He is also a member of the International Tax Planning Committee of the Cyprus Bar Association and the Congress of Fellows of the Center for International Legal Studies and is the National Reporter for the Foreign Lawyers Forum of the American Bar Association. He is listed as one of the top International Tax Lawyers in Euromoney’s International Tax Experts Guide. Chambers Guides lists him as a senior statesman of the legal profession.

Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC:

Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC is now one of the largest firms in south-east Europe and the Middle East. Its head office is located in Limassol, which is the commercial centre of Cyprus and the home of many international companies.

Annick Vroninks

Annick is a partner in the Competition and EU law department in Brussels. 

She has a broad experience in all areas of competition law.

Annick acted in a number of high-profile cartel and abuse cases before the Competition Authorities in Belgium and the EU and built up a particular expertise in defending dominant companies in different industries.

Annick also represents clients before the Belgian and European Courts in contentious competition law related cases.

In addition, she advises a wide variety of mainly industrial clients on EU and Belgian merger control matters and has inter alia been involved in a large number of energy related mergers (including second phase).

Annick handled competition law cases and advised on compliance with competition law in a broad range of industry sectors such as energy, consumer goods, retail, waste, cement, packaging, etc.

Annick is a Belgian advocaat/avocat and a member of the Brussels Bar. She is fluent in Dutch, French and English.

Annick is ranked by Chambers and Legal 500. Recent client quotes include:

“She has a combination of legal understanding and a willingness to go a step further in terms of understanding the economic and business issues and how business functions”. CHAMBERS – BELGIUM – COMPETITION – 2018.

“Her personal involvement in the matters, her efficiency and her very practical approach”. CHAMBERS – BELGIUM – COMPETITION – 2017.

Charlotte Bus

Charlotte Bus is a Swedish attorney-at-law (advokat) and founding partner of Magnusson. She is responsible for intellectual property, EU and competition law practices. Key subjects include: innovative business and EU-related issues such as free trade, free movement and free competition. Charlotte’s EU-wide and international work requires contacts with lawyers in other countries. She is a member of a number of different associations and is part of a broad network of lawyers who can assist in cross-border projects.

According to a recent Chambers report: “Charlotte Bus of Magnusson Advokatbyrå continues to attract praise from clients. They say she is a very service-minded and business-minded lawyer. She possesses excellent technical skills and is very easy to work with”.

Practice:

Magnusson is one of the leading business law firms in Sweden and operates through offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg. The Swedish team provides advice for both domestic and international companies, organizations and public institutions on a full range of Swedish law matters.

Our lawyers have ample experience in a broad range of legal practices and have specific expertise in most sectors, including Real Estate, M&A, Banking & Finance, Life Science, Retail and Consumers, Media, Sports and Entertainment, and Technology.

The Magnusson team of lawyers regularly receive recognition in Sweden both as a company and on an individual level.

Marie-Cécile Rameau

Marie-Cécile Rameau, Partner, is a member of the Competition team. She has been involved in a large number of high-profile litigations before competition authorities at the national and EU levels, as well as before commercial courts.

Her practice also includes advising on competition issues arising in connection with French and cross-border mergers and acquisitions.

Academic Career:

She was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2001 and is a graduate of IEP de Paris (Sciences Po), the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (Maîtrise in business law) and the University of Paris V Descartes (DESS in European business law).

References:

“La représentation de l’Union européenne dans le cadre du contentieux de la violation du délai raisonnable par le Tribunal”, Revue Lamy de la Concurrence, July-Sept. 2015 (co-author)

“Les programmes de conformité – enquêtes internes de concurrence”, Revue Lamy de la Concurrence, Oct. 2013 (co-author)

Decorations:

Marie-Cécile Rameau is top-ranked in Competition/European Law in Chambers Europe 2017.

“Marie-Cécile Rameau has client-friendly approach. Her ability to understand our needs and to bring the most useful answer possible in a very short timeframe always astonishes me. She is available and does a huge amount of work within the deadline. She makes an in-depth analysis of the files and has a fine comprehension of the issues and of competition law.”

Practice:

Bredin Prat is a leading law firm with a reputation for excellence in each of its practice areas: Corporate/M&A, Securities Law, Litigation and International Arbitration, Tax, Competition and European Law, Banking and Finance, Restructuring and Insolvency, Employment and Public Law.

Founded in 1966, the firm was first renowned for its expertise in litigation and arbitration, and, in the 1980s, began to expand its corporate law practice, a field in which it is now an undisputed market leader. This dual specialization enables the firm to handle a wide range of transactions and litigation matters for clients of all nationalities.

With over 170 lawyers in Paris and Brussels, Bredin Prat has successfully grown while preserving the firm’s culture and remaining committed to the highest standards of excellence.

Bredin Prat assists its clients on cross-border matters by working in integrated teams with lawyers from the leading firms in each jurisdiction: the Best Friends.

With offices in Paris and Brussels, Bredin Prat today has over 170 lawyers, including 47 partners and 11 counsel. Approximately one-third of the firm’s lawyers have dual nationality.

Bredin Prat’s success is due, first and foremost, to its partners’ unequivocal and undisputed dedication to providing its clients with the highest level of expertise, placing the firm in a class of its own.

The ratio of associates to partners on each matter is among the lowest in the profession – evidence of the firm’s commitment to excellence.

For international and cross-border work, Bredin Prat lawyers work in integrated teams with lawyers from the firm’s Best Friends, a core network of independent firms from among the best in their respective jurisdictions. Today this network comprises 2,500 lawyers in 37 offices  worldwide.