Sophie Sahlin joined White & Case in September 2013 and is a member of the Brussels European law practice. She advises clients on a number of EU law issues with a particular focus on EU competition law matters.
She has advised multinational clients in cases concerning alleged cartel abuses and in cases concerning alleged abuses of dominance, as well as assisted clients in merger filings with the European Commission.
Prior to joining White & Case, Sophie worked at an international law firm in Brussels.
Private Damages and Collective Redress in the EU – where do we stand a year after the introduction of the EU Damages Directive?, Antitrust Chronicle, Winter 2016, Volume 4, Number 1 and Competition Policy International, January 2016(1), (co-authored with Pontus Lindfelt)