1 September 2015
Watson Farley & Williams is joined today by Chambers and Partners-ranked senior competition and regulatory lawyer Jeremy Robinson, who joins the London office as a partner from Hill Dickinson.
Jeremy will work alongside the firm’s existing Regulatory, Public Law and Competition lawyers in France, Germany, Spain, Greece and Asia.
He is well known for his expertise in the aviation and airports sector in particular, and has also advised on matters in the transport and energy sectors.
WFW London Head of Corporate Jan Mellmann said: “Jeremy is a highly regarded practitioner and we welcome him to our team. WFW’s growing deal-flow across all sectors will provide significant opportunities for merger control and general competition law advice, as well as Jeremy’s regulatory skills.”
WFW Managing Partner Chris Lowe added: “A key part of the firm’s strategy is to build out our services offering in our key sectors. Jeremy is a highly experienced and highly thought of lawyer who ticks all of these boxes and is a great addition for us.”
WFW partner Jeremy Robinson said: “WFW’s sector focus provides a great platform for me to grow my practice, and the firm’s ambition and entrepreneurial spirit make this an exciting opportunity for my clients and me.”