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Minos van Joolingen

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Banning NV

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EU & Competition.

Position

Minos van Joolingen is specialized in Competition law and partner at BANNING. He has extensive experience in advising and litigating on cartels, the abuse of dominant position and merger notifications. He represents companies in proceedings before the European Commission, the Netherlands Competition Authority and civil courts. He is involved in many of the pending cartel investigations in the Netherlands. Last year he assisted the two largerst cooperatives of NL succesfully through a second phase merger control procedure. Furthermore, he advises international companies on their distribution, franchise and agency networks.

Career

Minos worked for many years in a European and Competition law practice group in Brussels prior to joining BANNING in 2007. He currently leads their European and Competition practice group. Furthermore, is a visiting lecturer at the Radboud University Nijmegen on EC Competition law.

Languages

English Dutch Greec.

Member

Dutch Association of Competition law.

Education

International and European law at Tilburg University Postgraduate program in European competition law at King’s College in London.

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