Paul Henty, Partner
Paul provides the full range of competition, state aid and public and utilities procurement advice to a varity of clients.
AboutPaul provides the full range of competition, state aid and public and utilities procurement advice to clients in a significant number of sectors, amongst them ICT-related industries and construction & engineering. Paul’s previous experience includes working at DG Competition at the European Commission in Brussels, reviewing antitrust and merger control decisions. He also had a period of secondment in the Law Society’s Brussels Office.
Paul is admitted to practise in England and Wales and in Ireland.
- Advising an international hospitality services provider in relation to the investigation by the competition regulator into distribution practices by online travel agents and making representations to the competition regulator
- Leading successful claim by PE backed company against unlawful procurement award decision, leading to acceptance of infringement by contracting authority
- Advising major software provider on application of UK merger control law to series of acquisitions in domestic market
- Acting for a substantial software provider in its complaint of an abuse of dominance by a licensor of input intellectual property
What does the Brexit Deal mean for the Construction Industry? Still some serious snagging issues
As the UK leaves the European Union, what does it mean for the Construction Industry?
Paul Henty writes for New Law Journal on the state of play of the Brexit negotiations and the impact on businesses if a deal is not reached
Infra.law - Autumn 2020
Click here to read the latest edition of our construction and infrastructure publication, Infra.Law.
Is public procurement discriminatory to private equity backed firms?
An updated version of the “Outsourcing Playbook”, a guide to Central Government bodies on the correct approach to commissioning services .