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BARBARA STROZZLIAAN 360, 1083 HN AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 20 238 20 01
Fax:
Fax +31 20 238 2091
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Web:
www.maverick-law.com

Diederik Schrijvershof

Tel:
Work +31 20 238 2003
Email:
Maverick Advocaten N.V.

Position

Diederik has experience in all areas of European and Dutch competition law. Diederik has extensive experience with complex merger control issues, including second phase proceedings at both the European Commission and the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets. He also assisted companies during dawn raids. Diederik submitted leniency applications to these authorities besides working on cartel investigations and proceedings. He advised companies on co-operation and distribution agreements and allegations of abuse of a dominant position. Diederik is familiar with the ins and outs of competition law in various sectors. Seconded to Shell as antitrust counsel he gained experience with competition law in the oil and gas industry. He also has in depth knowledge of the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector. In 2010 and 2011 he was employed as a regulator by the Dutch Healthcare Authority. He is a frequent speaker and contributor to journals on competition law. Diederik is one of the founding partners of Maverick Advocaten N.V.

Languages

Dutch, English and German


Netherlands

EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Maverick Advocaten N.V.’s team is rated by clients for its ‘trustworthy and no-nonsense approach’. Martijn van de Hel successfully represented 55 real estate traders in administrative proceedings regarding the annulment of a €15m cartel fine imposed by the ACM arising from allegations of collusion in foreclosure auctions. Bas Braeken is assisting Sandd with a number of regulatory and competition matters, including a complaint brought against postal operator PostNL before the ACM alleging abuse of dominance. Diederik Schrijvershof is also recommended.

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Netherlands: Industry focus

Healthcare and life sciences

Within: Healthcare and life sciences

The ‘fast, well-connected’, ‘very alert’ team at competition boutique Maverick Advocaten N.V. is headed by the ‘courageous’, ‘strategic and to-the-pointDiederik Schrijvershof. Martijn van de Hel assisted Parnassia Groep and Stichting Antes with obtaining competition approval for their merger. Bayer and Omega Pharma are also clients.

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