Clifford Chance (Brussels)

Thomas Vinje

Clifford Chance (Brussels)
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Thomas Vinje specializes in European Union competition and intellectual property law, especially in high-technology matters. Advises major corporations regarding mergers, joint ventures, distribution systems, licensing, and competition and intellectual property litigation. Particular experience in advising in relation to the information and communications technology industries. Thomas speaks regularly on European Union intellectual property and antitrust law, and has authored numerous articles and contributions to books on those topics. He chairs the U.S. Board of Editors for Droit de l’Informatique et des Telecoms and sits on the Board of Editors for Computer und Recht International. He lectures in the International Copyright programme at the University of Amsterdam and in the International Business Law Postgraduate Program at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.

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Thomas Vinje The EU General Court delivers its first judgment on State aid through tax rulings by annulling the Commission’s decision on the Belgian excess profit ruling system (Magnetrol International)

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This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. On 14 February 2019, the EU General Court annulled the European Commission’s State aid decision relating to the Belgian excess profit ruling system. The General (...)

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Thomas Vinje Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets, Kevin COATES

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Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets takes a practical,integrated approach to EU and US competition law and regulation in the technology sector - including major trans-Atlantic cases such as Microsoft, Google/Doubleclick, and Intel, and important comparative issues such as (...)

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