White & Case (Brussels)

Nina Frie

White & Case (Brussels)
Professional Support Lawyer

Nina is responsible for the implementation and development of a knowledge strategy for the White & Case EMEA Competition practice. Prior to joining White & Case, Nina worked as a practitioner for two other leading international law firms in Brussels and London. Nina holds a Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law from Kings College and LLM in International Economic Law from University of Kent.

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Articles

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James Killick, Jasper Wauters, Nina Frie The EU Court of Justice AG Rantos issues two opinions arguing that two international sports associations may impose pre-authorisation requirements on third party events without violating EU competition law (ESLC / UEFA / FIFA)

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In two separate non-binding opinions in Super League and International Skating Union issued on 15 December 2022, Advocate General Rantos concluded that sports federations can – under certain circumstances – impose pre-authorisation requirements on third party events without violating EU (...)

Jérémie Jourdan, Assimakis Komninos, Tilman Kuhn, Strati Sakellariou-Witt, Jérémie Marthan, Katarzyna Czapracka, Nina Frie The EU Court of Justice AG Kokott proposes that non-reportable transactions could be caught by abuse of dominance rules (Towercast)

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Advocate General Juliane Kokott has proposed that the EU Court of Justice should find that competition authorities have the power to apply Article 102 TFEU to corporate transactions that are not reportable, and test under that provision whether the transaction as such constitutes an abuse of a (...)

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