Mr Marc Kuijper > Dentons > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
GUSTAV MAHLERPLEIN 2
1082 MA
Netherlands

Work Department

EU, Competition & Regulatory, Antitrust Litigation

Position

Marc Kuijper is partner in EU law and competition law and managing partner of Dentons Amsterdam. He heads the EU Competition practice in the Netherlands and co-heads the Antitrust Litigation team the Netherlands with Michel Deckers.

Marc regularly represents companies before the Netherlands and EU competition authorities, and before national courts and the European Court of Justice. He has advised and assisted companies in national and international cartel investigations, abuse of dominance investigations, merger fillings, state aid matters and compliance audits. Marc’s recent work includes acting for a leniency applicant in an European Commission cartel investigation, acting for a company on the appeal from a national competition authority decision, acting for a company in a complex state aid procedure before the Dutch court. He also handles compliance work in relation to trade associations, joint purchasing organizations, joint ventures, e-commerce and vertically integrated companies.

Marc has extensive experience in cartel damage cases. Recent representations include acting for several large multinational purchasers of Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT’s) against participants of the CRT cartel, as well as acting as Dutch counsel to Japan Airlines in relation to antitrust damages claims that have been brought against several air cargo carriers in the Netherlands. Marc gives lectures on EU competition law at the Utrecht University and the Radboud University Nijmegen, and regularly publishes on EU and national competition law.

Memberships

Marc is a member of the Association for Competition Law (VvM), the Dutch Association for European Law (NVER) and the Dutch Association of Public Procurement Law (NVvA). Marc regularly publishes in legal journals on Dutch and European competition law and is co-author of the quarterly contribution on competition law in Ars Aequi, the largest legal journal of the Netherlands. Next to that, Marc is a guest lecturer at Utrecht University on private enforcement of competition law.