Quentin Metz

Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)
Lawyer (Junior Associate)

Mr. Metz is a junior associate at Arendt & Medernach in Brussels since 2014. His main practice area is competition law. He holds an LL.M. from Liège University and a Master’s degree from Brussels University.

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Liège University
Philippe & Partners (Brussels)


2277 Bulletin

Norman Neyrinck, Quentin Metz The Belgian Competition Council returns a case to the College of Prosecutors for having failed to consider the repeated nature of an abuse of dominance in the pharmaceutical sector (Omega Pharma)


I. The parties The plaintiff is an independent Belgian dispensing chemist. The defendant is Omega Pharma NV (here after “Omega Pharma”) an important supplier of raw material and packaging products also active in the field of “Over-The-Counter” products (OTC-products). The decision analysed is (...)

Norman Neyrinck, Quentin Metz The Belgium Competition Council dismisses a complaint against the incumbent telecoms operator regarding the access to its broadband network (Mobistar / Belgacom)


I. The parties Belgacom S.A. is the incumbent operator on the Belgian telecom market. It controls the landline, physical telecommunication network infrastructures and provides internet and telephony services. Mobistar S.A. is a member of the Orange Group, subsidiary of France Telecom. It (...)

Alexandre Defossez, Quentin Metz The Belgian Competition Authority dismisses a complaint against the incumbent telecom operator due to resources and investigation priorities issues (Belgacom)


1. The parties Four plaintiffs are involved in this case. “Codenet SA” (now “Telenet SA”), “Colt Telecom SA”, “Versatel Belgium SA” (now “KPN Belgium SA”) and “WorldCom SA” (now “Verizon Belgium Luxembourg SA”) which are four companies providing telecommunications services in Belgium. The defendant is (...)

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