Madeleine Healy is an English and Irish qualified lawyer and senior associate with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP’s Brussels office. She has focused on competition for more than nine years, encompassing all areas of European antitrust law, at an EU and national level, with a particular focus on cartels and abuse of dominance cases. Ms Healy routinely counsels multinationals and industry groups on legal advocacy before national and European institutions as well as in the context of antitrust investigations, sector enquiries, EU and multi-jurisdictional merger control, distribution arrangements, state aid, IPRs and data privacy.
Ms Healy draws on extensive expertise advising clients active in financial services, shipping and TMT, with a strong focus on internet issues and the Digital Agenda. She also benefits from robust experience in a range of other sectors, including: air transport, branded and consumer goods, high-tech, pharmaceuticals and utilities.
Ms Healy serves as chair for the Brussels Law Society Competition Section and regularly moderates conferences and panels at the Brussels office of the Law Society of England & Wales. She has a Bachelor in Law with French law and language from the University of Leicester and Université Robert Schuman (Strasbourg III). Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Ms Healy interned at the European Parliament and worked in the London, Brussels and Hong Kong offices of one of the UK's top 10 law firms. A native English speaker, Ms Healy is fluent in French, German and Italian.