- Antitrust and Competition Law
- Antitrust Civil Investigations and Litigation
- Antitrust Mergers and Joint Ventures
- Antitrust Criminal Investigations
|Education||University of Louvain (Licence en Droit, 1990); University of Chicago (LL.M., 1992)|
|Admitted||1990, Belgium; 1995, New York|
|Languages||English and French|
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Louvain, 1990.
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European Union Adopts New Rules for Technology Licensing Agreements
Bernard E. Amory,Laurent De Muyter,Alexandre G. Verheyden, April 10, 2014
The European Union has a new regime for assessing technology licensing agreements under EU competition law. The new rules include a new technology transfer block exemption regulation ("TTBER"), which exempts certain bilateral licensing agreements from antitrust rules, and revised...
European Commission Provides New Guidance on Dawn Raids and Access to IT Data
Filippo Amato,Bernard E. Amory,Thomas Jestaedt,Alexandre G. Verheyden, May 30, 2013
The European Commission has issued revised guidance on the conduct of inspections at business premises ("dawn raids”). The new guidance is largely a codification of the Commission’s prior interpretations of its powers in light of recent case law, and it contains useful guidance on...
Belgium Enacts New Competition Law
Bernard E. Amory,Serge Clerckx,Laurent De Muyter,Yvan N. Desmedt,Alexandre G. Verheyden, May 3, 2013
A profound change to the institutional and procedural landscape for competition law in Belgium has taken place with the enactment of new competition law provisions in the Belgian Code of Economic Law (Chapter IV, Protection of Competition and Chapter V, Competition and Price Evolution). These new...
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