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Howard Rosenblatt is a partner in Latham & Watkins’ Brussels office where he practices EU competition law. With more than 20 years of experience, he handles complex mergers, alleged abuses of dominance, cartel investigations and all areas of competition law. He is among the few lawyers experienced in EU and US law, positioning him to serve companies across jurisdictions.
Recent matters before the European Commission include alleged abuse of dominance investigations in various technology industries, cartel investigations in chemical and industrial products industries, and many mergers for which he headed the teams to obtain clearances on both sides of the Atlantic.
Mr Rosenblatt has represented parties in the European Commission’s largest abuse of dominance investigations, including a complaint against Microsoft alleging tying, and defence of the largest semiconductor company involving volume discounts and bundling. He regularly provides practical guidance to help companies achieve their strategic objectives while minimising risk.
Mr Rosenblatt completed a four-year term as managing partner of the Brussels office in 2012. In 2011, Legal 500 named him among the top ‘leading individuals’ of the Brussels competition bar, while Who’s Who Legal has noted his ‘excellent reputation’. He is consistently listed in Chambers Global among leading EU competition lawyers, while BTI Consulting named him a ‘Client Service All-Star’, based on a survey of Fortune 1000 companies.
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