Patrick Todd’s practice focuses on EU and UK competition law and digital markets regulation.

Patrick’s experience includes abuse of dominance, restrictive practices, and merger control in a range of industries. He also advises clients on the evolving digital regulatory landscape, including the EU Digital Markets Act and forthcoming UK pro-competition digital regime, and has written on a range of competition law issues in digital markets.

Prior to joining the firm in 2020, Patrick trained at a major international law firm for two years in London and Brussels.


General Court Partially Annuls European Commission Decision in Google Android,” co-author, Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memorandum, October 20, 2022

The Dominance and Monopolies Review – 10th Edition

UK Government Confirms Plans for Digital Markets Regulatory Regime,” Cleary Antitrust Watch blog, May 6, 2022

“United Kingdom” chapter (co-author with Henry Mostyn), Lexology Getting the Deal Through: Dominance 2022, April 2022

Dutch Court Rules on Legal Privilege for In-House Lawyers,” co-author, Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memorandum, March 4, 2021

Digital Platforms and the Leverage Problem,” Nebraska Law Review, Volume 98(2), December 2019

Vertical Restraints, the Single Market Imperative and UK Competition Policy After Brexit,” Competition Law Journal, Volume 18(3), October 2019

Intra-Platform Exclusion in Software Markets,” Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, Volume 6(3), October 2018