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We obtain merger clearance for deals large and small.

We advise on all aspects of compliance with the UK and EU competition rules, from agreement drafting to cartels.

Our charges are always transparent and competitive.


Vivienne Robinson is a specialist law firm advising on all aspects of UK and EU competition law and merger clearances. For over 20 years, we have been advising clients, large and small, on making sure their commercial arrangements are compliant with the antitrust rules and solving their problems when things go wrong.

We obtain merger clearances and assist our clients in successfully challenging others’ applications for merger clearance. ​​​​​Our advice is always strategic and cost-effective. We have the expertise and drive to solve your problem.

The Legal 500 ranked Vivienne Robinson as the number 1 lawyer in East Anglia for EU and competition law 2019-2020.
2018: “At Vivienne Robinson Ltd, ‘excellent and practical’ name partner Vivienne Robinson is ‘a worthy competitor to established London practitioners’. Her niche focus on EU and UK competition law gives her ‘a keen understanding of the way competition authorities approach matters; she has a complete command of the topic and gives quick, sensible and commercial advice in a complex area of law’.”

2019: “Vivienne Robinson Ltd…is ‘worthy of a top ranking‘…Robinson ‘clearly has a tremendous amount of experience in dealing with EU competition law and is always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done‘. One client remarks that she is ‘an absolute pleasure to deal with.‘


We advise on all aspects of compliance with the UK and EU competition rules, from agreement drafting to cartels.

Vivienne Robinson advises on all aspects of getting merger clearances from the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority and the EU’s Commission.

Vivienne Robinson advises on the compliance of all types of business practice and commercial agreement with the UK and EU competition rules.

We can help you with all stages of regulatory and criminal investigations for breach of the competition rules, including before the UK’s Competition

In January 2022, the UK Government introduced new rules allowing it to investigate and block acquisitions of shares or assets that may result in national security concerns

Part of a company’s risk management programme will be to ensure that its employees know what they can and cannot do, particularly in their dealings with competitors and on pricing.

We have expertise in many sectors, including:
Advertising and sponsorship, Agricultural production and processing (crops and meat) and much more