Sebastian Vos

Covington & Burling (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner, Head of European Public Policy and Government Affairs)

Sebastian Vos heads the European division of Covington & Burling’s global public policy and government affairs practice. Mr. Vos has extensive experience in the European Union and advises clients as they navigate and manage today’s global regulatory and policy challenges. Mr. Vos provides clients with strategic public policy, regulatory, and communications advice on a range of competition, trade, transactional and sectoral issues. Mr Vos has particular expertise in advising companies in the technology, financial services, energy and transport sectors. Mr. Vos was formerly a partner at a leading global public affairs consultancy. Prior to this, he was head of the competition practice at a strategic communications agency. He worked as an attorney at a magic circle firm, specialising in Antitrust, Competition and Trade law, as well as being a member of the Public Policy practice. He has also worked at the European Commission, and was part of its Delegation to the United States in 2000. Mr. Vos has written articles on legal and political developments in various publications, including Europe’s World, Bloomberg Business Law Review and European Competition Law Review. He has also been a commentator on broadcast media including CNBC and Bloomberg TV.

Articles

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Sebastian F. A. Vos The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal confirms the annulation of the Dutch Competition Authority’s merger decision having imposed electricity auction as remedy on the wholesale electricity market (Nuon / Reliant)

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Introduction In its judgment of 28 November 2006 the Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (“Tribunal”) dismissed the appeal lodged by the Dutch Competition Authority (“NMa”) in the Nuon/Reliant merger case. The case started in 2003 following the imposition of structural remedies with a phase II (...)

Sebastian F. A. Vos A Dutch Court quashes the decision of the national competition authority in the mobile operators case for unsufficient motivation (KPN Mobile, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone Libertel)

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The District Court of Rotterdam judged in favour of the “mobile operators” in their case against the Dutch Competition Authority (the NMa). The NMa’s case alleging cartel activities was ruled to be insufficiently founded and therefore annulled. On July 13th, the District Court of Rotterdam handed (...)

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