Evi Mattioli

NautaDutilh (Brussels)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Evi Mattioli specialises in EU and national competition law. She advises companies in a wide range of sectors on cartel and abuse of dominance cases, merger filings and state aid matters. Her experience includes advising on merger control filings with the European Commission and the Belgian and Dutch competition authorities, negotiating remedies with these competition authorities, and assisting clients in cartel investigations and abuse of dominance matters. Evi started her career as a researcher at KU Leuven, where she earned a doctorate in law. Her thesis focused on the implications of European and national settlement procedures in competition cases. She continues to be active in academic circles and until recently was affiliated to the KU Leuven and the Liège Competition and Innovation Institute (LCII). Evi regularly participates in seminars and conferences and publishes in peer-reviewed journals. She is the co-author of a reference work on the new Belgian Competition Act. Evi holds a degree in Dutch and European law from the University of Maastricht and an LL.M. in Law and Economics from the Universities of Ghent and Bologna. In 2012, she qualified as a Belgian lawyer by passing the state professional competency examination. Prior to joining NautaDutilh in 2020, she worked at several other well-known law firms. Evi speaks Dutch, English and French and has a basic command of Italian and German.

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3949 Bulletin

Evi E. Mattioli The Belgian Competition Authority classifies a case on abuse of dominant position on the grounds of lack of priority and lack of resources for the first time (Codenet / Colt Telecom / Versatel and WorldCom / Belgacom)


The decision of the College of Competition Prosecutors - the investigating authority of the Belgian Competition Council - is of importance insofar as it has for the first time in Belgium closed an investigation on the grounds of a lack of priority and a lack of resources. In 2009, the Belgian (...)

Evi E. Mattioli A Belgian Appeal Court holds valid a resale price maintenance provision taking into consideration lack of evidence that the agreement restricted the national market or a substantial part of it (Incanto / Livoque)


Description of the impugned case On 20 September 2004, the Antwerp Court of Appeal (‘the Court’) rendered its decision on the compatibility of a franchising agreement with the Belgian competition rules. The franchisor, Incanto BVBA, is active in the sector of jewellery and accessories and (...)


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