Competition expert returns to ENSafrica
ENSafrica, Africa’s largest law firm, is pleased to announce that Aidan Scallan
has returned to the firm as an executive in its anti-trust/competition department.
Aidan, who has over 10 years’ experience in competition law, practised at ENSafrica until 2016 and has spent the last two years at a Magic Circle firm in London, where he worked on a number of notable multi-jurisdictional merger transactions.
Aidan has expertise in structuring M&A transactions for purposes of merger control, as well as advising on matters concerning cartel conduct, corporate leniency policies, abuses of dominance and prohibited practices.
In addition, he has advised extensively on the notifiability of transactions in multi-jurisdictional and cross-border transactions, including in the UK, various EU countries, as well as Botswana, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and the COMESA region.
“We are thrilled to welcome Aidan back into the fold,” said head of ENSafrica’s anti-trust/competition department Jocelyn Katz. “We are confident that his international exposure will enhance our team’s offering for clients in domestic and cross-border competition work on the continent”.
ENSafrica is an independent law firm with over 200 years of experience
. The firm has over 600 practitioners
in 14 offices on the continent, in Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
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