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Frederieke Leeflang

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EU, Competition & Regulatory

Position

Frederieke Leeflang is Special Advisor to Dentons Boekel.

Frederieke was the Chair of the Board of Directors of Boekel from 2011 to 2015. She has been working for the Amsterdam office since 1994, and has been a partner since 1 January 2002.Her practice concentrates on advising and litigating on behalf of companies and associations of undertakings before the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets, the European Commission and the Dutch civil courts. She regularly advises on matters involving infringement, cartel bans, abuse of dominant positions and merger control. She has a great deal of experience in advising organizations on emerging collaborations and strategic alliances, and the evolving legal implications from competition law. Furthermore, she has specific expertise in private enforcement actions and is an expert in the health care sector. She also advises companies on European law, including state aid and public procurement.

Languages

Dutch, English, Portuguese.

Member

Frederieke's articles are regularly published in "Markt & Mededinging" and "Actualiteiten Mededingingsrecht". She also lectures at various training institutes and regularly gives presentations to clients. She is a board member of Stichting Keurmerk Goede Doelen and board member of the Vereniging voor Mededingingsrecht. Since June 2012 she is a board member of the Stichting AMC Foundation and as of October member of the board of trustees CIZ.

Education

University of Groningen, admitted 1994.


Netherlands

EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Dentons Boekel’s ‘strong and in-depth’ group 'sets itself apart from its competitors by offering a high-quality team service', according to one client. It has expertise across the spectrum of competition law, including antitrust litigation, state aid and public procurement. ‘Stand out’ group head Marc Kuijper and Michel Deckers ('deep experience and analyses'), are acting as lead counsel to 11 Vestel companies as claimants in proceedings before the Court of Den Bosch seeking relief for damages from parties that participated in the cathode ray tube cartel, which has been fined by the European Commission. Special adviser Frederieke Leeflang and associate partner Bram Braat, who stands out for his 'skills in European tenders', are other names to note.

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