Sujin Chan-Allen is an associate in the Antitrust practice.
She focuses on antitrust, State aid and international trade law.
Sujin advises global businesses on all aspects of EU Competition law, with particular experience in complex multi-jurisdictional mergers, as well as compliance in behavioural and contractual matters. She also advises on a range on international trade issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Sujin was at the Brussels office of an American law firm, where she was recently seconded to a multinational technology company in Paris as acting Head of Global Antitrust. Previously she was counsel at the Trade Law Bureau of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Government of Canada.
- The Dow Chemical Company in its $130 billion merger of equals with DuPont.
- Essilor in its €46 billion combination with Luxottica.
- The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox on competition matters related to Disney’s $71.3 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox assets.
- Dassault Systèmes in its $6 billion acquisition of Medidata Solutions.
Brussels School of Competition, Belgium
University of Toronto
London School of Economics and Political Science
- Brussels, Belgium
- England and Wales
- Ontario, Canada
- Panelist: International Trade Law: Regionalism in the WTO System, 6th Biennial Conference of the Asian Society of International Law, Seoul, Korea, August 25, 2017.
- Panelist: Brexit – Repercussions for Canada? Canadian Council on International Law, 45th Annual Conference, November 2016.
- “France, Germany, UK Launch INSTEX to Facilitate Trade with Iran”, March 2019
- “New EU-wide Foreign Direct Investment Screening System Approved”, February 2019
- “The Clash of Steel: U.S. Tariffs Imminently In Force, Canada Exempt”, March 2018
- “The EU and UK Agree on Arrangements for Brexit Transition Period and Future Relationship Framework”, December 2018
- “In Consideration of an EU-China Free Trade Agreement: Key Issues on State Aid and Subsidies”, China Antitrust Law Journal, Vol. 1, 2017.
- “EU’s New Anti-Dumping Methodology Enters Into Force”, December 2017
- “UK Government Prepares for Post-Brexit Trade and Customs Regimes in Two New Bills”, November 2017
- “Towards Brexit: The Trade Implications”, January 2017