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International law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) today welcomed Marieke Datema back to the Firm. Previously with BCLP in London from 2011-2020, Marieke rejoins the firm’s Antitrust, Competition & Trade Practice as Counsel in the Singapore office.

Marieke is an antitrust/competition lawyer who advises on all aspects of UK/EU competition law, as well as on regulatory and international trade matters. Marieke has worked on a number of the largest global cartel investigations and has wide-ranging experience including advising on and coordinating the multi-jurisdictional aspects of investigations and transactions. She also advises on potential abuses of dominance matters, including working with stakeholders to address risks associated with commercial proposals.

Marieke additionally advises clients on international trade law, including identifying the main risks and opportunities for clients arising out of Brexit, and advising on WTO and EU Single Market rules.

“We are thrilled to have Marieke back in the team to support the growth of our Antitrust, Competition and Trade Practice. Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region more generally is increasingly prominent from a regulatory enforcement perspective, and Marieke is expertly well placed to support our clients in their antitrust and regulatory matters with a nexus to the region,” said BCLP Head of Antitrust, Andrew Hockley.

Marieke’s hire follows a period of exciting growth in the team, having welcomed eight other antitrust joiners across the US, UK and France over the past year. Marieke is part of the strategic growth of BCLP’s Singapore office, which also welcomed two new Corporate Real Estate hires in Q4 2022 as well as the promotion to the partnership of Tun Zaw Mra at the beginning of January.

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