Alexandra Rogers is a local partner in the Brussels office of White & Case and has been advising on a broad range of EU and competition law issues for over eight years.
Alexandra has significant experience defending clients in cartel investigations and has been responsible for managing large scale reviews of evidence, interviewing company employees, and responding to questions posed by competition authorities. She acted in "Nexans France v Commission" cases T-135/09 and C-37-13 P regarding the application for annulment of a "dawn raid" decision adopted by the European Commission in the context of an ongoing competition investigation.
A fluent French speaker, Alexandra was seconded to the Paris office of White & Case in 2013, where she assisted a major European bank in connection with investigations by the American and French regulatory authorities.
Alexandra also advises clients on compliance with EU and international merger control rules and recently represented a large multinational client in a phase II merger review process before the European Commission.
Alexandra has experience working with the application of antitrust rules to horizontal and vertical agreements and trade associations and has also advised clients on abuse of dominance issues, including in relation to IP law.
Alexandra has a strong interest in sports law and has litigated before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
She is a regular speaker on EU and competition law issues.
Recent Developments in EU Competition Law, The Lawyers, November 2008, (co-author with Jacquelyn MacLennan) (published in Japanese)