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

Martijn van de Hel

Tel:
Work +31 20 238 2002
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Maverick Advocaten N.V.

Position

Martijn van de Hel has comprehensive experience of European and Dutch competition law. He has advised businesses in many sectors on different forms of collaboration such as joint ventures, distribution and franchise agreements and purchasing combinations. He also has considerable experience in leniency applications and with dawn raids and cartel investigations by the Authority for Consumers & Markets (ACM) and the European Commission. He is an experienced advisor on cartel-related damage claims (follow-on claims). Martijn has advised many businesses and public bodies on state aid and unfair competition from the government. He has supported many companies in notifying the ACM and the European Commission of mergers or takeovers. He lectures frequently at seminars and training institutes and has penned numerous articles. Martijn was a partner at Boekel De Nerée before becoming a co-founder of Maverick Advocaten N.V.

Languages

Dutch and English


Netherlands

EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Maverick Advocaten N.V.¬†'s team has ‚Äėa¬†pro-active approach‚Äô to matters and provides 'a high service level, quick response times and adequate advice and action'. Martijn van de Hel¬†stands out for his 'in-depth expertise and excellent communication skills'. Bas Braeken¬†is representing FOX Networks in an appeal of the ACM‚Äôs decision to end investigation into alleged price discrimination by FOX. ¬†Well-regarded Diederik Schrijvershof¬†co-leads with van de Hel and Braeken. Two senior associates departed in mid-2018, Mattijs Bosch and¬†Joris Ruigewaard, both left private practice.

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Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences

Within: Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences

Diederik Schrijvershof, Martijn van de Hel and Bas Braeken are the key partners in the team at Maverick Advocaten N.V. which is highlighted for its 'very strong knowledge and creative approach'. Schrijvershof, who is noted for his competition expertise, 'is a quick thinker and has great connections with the regulators' and advises Zorg van de Zaak on acquisitions. The team advises on all aspects of healthcare including collaborations and administrative proceedings on behalf of healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies including ADG Dienstengroep, one of the largest home care organisations in the Netherlands.

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Industry focus: telecoms

Within: Industry focus: telecoms

Maverick Advocaten N.V. specialises in telecoms regulations and competition law and attracts clients such as T-Mobile, VEVAM and NORMA. Practice head Bas Braeken acts for Fox Networks Group on a range of issues at both the national and EU level, including regulatory proceedings and in an appeal initiated by KPN and CAIW concerning the ACM's decision not to further investigate its distribution policy. Senior partners Martijn van de Hel and Diederik Schrijvershof are also key team members.

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