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Ros Kellaway, Partner

Ros Kellaway

Partner

Languages

French - fluent

Practice areas

  • Automotive
  • Brexit
  • Competition, EU and Trade
  • Energy and infrastructure
  • Inquiries and investigations
  • International trade
  • Transport

Practice notes

Ros is head of the Eversheds EU Competition and Regulatory Group and has been a partner in our commercial practice since 1989. She has significant knowledge in the financial services, food, insurance, energy and automotive, as she acts for major companies in these industries. She specialises in cartels, competition investigations, distribution and advice on EU law.

Her clients include Volkswagen Group, Dairy Crest, RWE, Karcher, Pentland Brands and The Finance & Leasing Association.

Ros has been recognised for many years as a leading individual in Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession and is currently described in Chambers Europe as an “absolute expert solicitor with a great tenacious style”. She is also consistently recognised in Chambers Global, The World’s Leading Lawyers and Legal 500. She is a member of CBI Competition Law Committee and also the Joint Bar Council and Law Society Working Party on Competition Law.

Ros has researched and spoken extensively on the subject of Brexit to numerous organisations over the last six months including The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, the Corporate Legal Innovation Conference 2015, and a number of regional Chambers of Commerce.

Brexit

Ros is one of our specialist Brexit lawyers. Contact Ros Kellaway for more information on how Brexit may affect your business. View our Brexit hub for our full range of Brexit resources.


Seeing Clearly - making sense of Brexit

Ros has recently contributed to our new Brexit guide which considers the main issues surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

 

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Brexit and the legal implications for businesses
Winners of the Global Competition Review award for behavioural matter of the year (Europe). This was for the creative, strategic and innovative work carried out in a non-merger matter before an enforcer in Europe.

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