Dorit is a Partner in the Competition & Antitrust and Public Procurement teams with extensive experience advising on all aspects of EU competition and procurement law.
She regularly advises clients on the competition law implications of commercial contracts, merger control, antitrust investigations, abuse of a dominant position, compliance and enforcement issues, State aid as well as competition litigation. She also advises clients on state aid matters and the impending Irish foreign direct investment screening regime.
In addition, Dorit has an excellent track record of advising public and private sector clients in the public and utilities sectors on a wide range of procurement issues, including advising on procurement strategy and execution, drafting procurement documentation, advising on selection and award criteria, evaluation methodology and scoring matrix, debrief requirements and defending or initiating a legal challenge.
Dorit is known for her keen eye for detail and pragmatic and solution-focused advice. She has practised law in England, Northern Ireland and Ireland for 25 years and is used to advising clients on cross-jurisdictional issues. Her experience allows her to draw on the practice in these jurisdictions and to develop strategies and solutions to difficult issues.