Petr Bartoš is an associate in the firm's Brussels office. He is a member of the Antitrust, Competition, and Trade Regulation practice group.
Petr is an EU trade and regulatory lawyer, with a public affairs experience. He regularly provides legal and policy advice in matters concerning EU trade, notably EU restrictive measures and export control, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and EU regulatory law, with a particular focus on digital regulation.
Petr has advised clients on all sides of their international trade operations, helping them to ensure their compliance with EU trade legislation, including by assisting them with developing of internal compliance policies and processes. He also reviews prospective transactions with respect to their likelihood of affecting security or public order triggering potential FDI reviews, and coordinates multi-jurisdictional FDI notifications.
Prior to joining the firm, Petr worked in an international law firm in Brussels, where he provided assistance in EU merger control proceedings and abuse of dominance matters, and in a Brussels based public affairs consultancy, where he focused on issues related to EU competition policy. He also did an internship at the European Commission's DG COMP.
Prior to moving to Brussels, Petr was a lawyer at national law firms in Prague, where he gained experience in Czech and EU competition law, administrative law, litigation, and commercial law, across different industries.
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