Nick is a senior associate in the Competition, EU & Trade practice group. He has a special focus on consumer and competition law related matters, operating in a wide range of sectors, such as healthcare, retail and food.
His practice is focused on proceedings before the EU and Dutch competition (and other) authorities and judiciary, as well as advisory work, regarding the application of the EU and Dutch competition law rules (cartel prohibition, prohibition on abuse of a dominant position and merger control) and other matters relating to EU law (eg state aid and consumer law matters).
Nick is also frequently involved in the coordination of multi-jurisdictional merger filings before competition authorities in and outside the European Union. His other areas of expertise include supervision of competition and healthcare authorities, compliance and corporate investigations.
|Since 2022||Senior associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2019-2021||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2016 - 2019||Associate, Loyens & Loeff N.V.|
|2023||Competition, Grotius Academy|
|2016||LLM International Business Law, Tilburg University (cum laude)|
|2015||LLM Criminal Law, Tilburg University|
|2014||LLB Dutch civil law, Tilburg University|
|2013||LLB Chinese Law, European Company Law, European Competition Law and International Criminal Law, Catholic University Leuven|
Europese Commissie legt Google recordboete van 2,42 miljard op, 28 June 2017, lexology
Hub-and-spoke kartels: waar rook is, is vuur?, Mededingingsrecht in de Praktijk, nummer 3, juni 2022
Intellectuele eigendomsrechten en aanbestedingen: een eeuwig spanningsveld, Tijdschrift Aanbestedingsrecht en Staatssteun, nummer 6, oktober 2020
Dutch Competition Law Association (Vereniging voor Mededingingsrecht)
Dutch Association for Procurement Law
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