After being postponed twice, the European Commission (Commission) published its draft Digital Markets Act (DMA) on 15th December 2020, in revised form — the EU’s Regulatory Scrutiny Board having objected to earlier iterations. The DMA takes the form of a regulation as the Commission seeks to ensure maximum alignment among Member States. The proposed “Digital Services Act” (DSA ) was published on the same day.

You can download and read our in-depth guide to the DMA via the link below.

We have also provided a comprehensive guide to the Digital Services Act (DSA) which can be read here.

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Paul Johnson is a partner in Baker McKenzie Brussels' European & Competition Law Practice. He is an English qualified solicitor and has been practicing in Brussels and the UK for almost 15 years. Paul regularly represents clients on competition matters before the European Commission and has provided competition law advice with respect to over 100 jurisdictions around the world.

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Laura advises on all areas of EU and UK competition law, alongside anti-bribery, trade and other regulatory regimes. She has extensive experience managing internal and regulator-led investigations, of the cartels leniency and settlement processes, and of GC and CJEU litigation. She advises on complex competition questions across industry sectors with a particular focus on TMT. She has significant experience advising on CMA Market Investigations and Studies, and on public interest interventions in media and technology mergers. Laura's trade experience includes advice on financial sanctions and export controls.

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