Lukas advises on all aspects of EU and UK competition law, including merger control and antitrust, as well on general EU law and international trade law matters. In addition, he has extensive experience in public procurement law which he gained during his six months secondment to Transport for London.
Lukas has particular expertise in the TMT, transport and financial services sectors.
Lukas' experience includes advising:
- Google on its appeal to the General Court against a fine imposed by the European Commission for alleged abuse of dominance
- A major global bank on submitting a marker and a leniency application to the European Commission, the UK CMA and a competition authority in a non-EU jurisdiction
- Several multinationals on the European Commission's State aid investigations of tax planning practices in the EU
- A corporate client in relation to an anti-dumping investigation in the Middle East
Lukas graduated from the University of Oxford with a master’s degree in law (BCL), having previously studied law at University College London and at Aix-Marseille Université.
Lukas is qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate (England and Wales) and Advocaat (Belgium).