Piet-Hein Eijssen

Bird & Bird (Amsterdam)
Lawyer (Associate)

Mr. Eijssen is an associate at Bird & Bird, the Netherlands. Mr. Eijssen specialises in EU and Dutch competition law and sector-specific regulations in the energy, communications, media and technology industries. He was involved in numerous administrative law proceedings and has substantial experience in cartel cases, merger control and abuse of dominance matters. He also has specific expertise to advise in matters at the intersection of competition and intellectual property law. Piet-Hein holds degrees in both Economics and Law. He obtained his Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Rotterdam and also completed the European Master in Law & Economics (EMLE), during which he was a visiting researcher at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Articles

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Piet-Hein Eijssen, Pauline Kuipers The Amsterdam Court of Appeal rules that cartel damage claims filed by a claim vehicle is not time-barred under Spanish, Finnish and Swedish law in the chemicals market (CDC / Kemira)

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On 4 February 2020, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal (“Court of Appeal”) ruled that cartel damage claims that were filed by claim vehicle CDC against Kemira were not time-barred under Spanish, Finnish and Swedish law. The Court of Appeal also dismissed Kemira’s challenge to the way in which the (...)

Pauline Kuipers, Piet-Hein Eijssen The Dutch Competition Authority imposes a fine of €1,84 million on a company for failing to comply with the duty to cooperate during an on-site investigation (Onderneming)

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On 10 December 2019 , the Authority for Consumers & Markets ("ACM") imposed a fine of € 1,84 million on a company for the failure to comply with the duty to cooperate as laid down in Article 5:20(1) of the Dutch General Administrative Law Act ("GALA"). ACM found that during an on-site (...)

Piet-Hein Eijssen, Pauline Kuipers The Dutch Court of Appeal of Arnhem applies the EU competition law notion of an undertaking in a cartel damage claim procedure (TenneT / Alstom)

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On 26 November 2019 the Court of Appeal of Arnhem ("Court of Appeal") applied the EU competition law notion of an ‘undertaking’ in a cartel damage claim procedure between TenneT and entities belonging to the Alstom group of companies. The Court of Appeal ruled that one of these entities formed a (...)

Pauline Kuipers, Piet-Hein Eijssen The Rotterdam District Court renders an interim judgement in a private enforcement cartel claim in the lifts and escalators market (Kone / ThyssenKrupp)

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On 23 October 2019, the District Court of Rotterdam ("District Court") rendered an interim judgement on a private enforcement cartel claim against Kone and ThyssenKrupp. The private enforcement claim follows fines imposed by the European Commission back in 2007 for a lifts and escalators-cartel (...)

Maarten Tuurenhout, Piet-Hein Eijssen The Dutch Competition Authority blocks a merger between two companies involved in the production and sale of gingerbread and rusk to retailers on the Dutch market (A.A. ter Beek / Continental Bakeries)

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1. Introduction In its decision of 14 December 2012, the Dutch Competition Authority (hereafter "NMa") blocked the proposed acquisition of A.A. ter Beek B.V. by Continental Bakeries B.V. (hereafter: "the ruskmerger"). Both companies are involved in the production and sale of gingerbread and (...)

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