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Relevance of UK competition law to Real Estate—lessons learnt from the Heathrow Airport—Car parking fine

Reed Smith LLP


Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Time: 01:00 PM British Summer Time

Speakers: Marjorie C. Holmes - Partner, Reed Smith

When the Land Exclusion Order was revoked on 6th April 2011, it marked a significant change in the dynamic paradigm between Competition Law and Real Estate. The Heathrow Airport and Arora case represents a landmark in which the CMA exercised its powers in relation to analysing Real Estate lease agreements.

This short webinar explains the advent of this emerging co-existence, key lessons and takeaways resulting from the CMA decision, the impact on future transactions and importance of the CMA’s leniency programme as well as the significance of maintaining a compliance culture.


12 June 2019