Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)

Amaryllis Müller

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Amaryllis’ practice focuses on all aspects of Belgian and European competition law, with a focus on merger control and cartel litigation including follow-on damages claims. Amaryllis’ recent experience includes EU and multi-jurisdictional merger analysis and filings in the telecommunications, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and transport sectors. She has also assisted in cartel litigation in the cement and elevators industries. Amaryllis speaks Dutch, English, French and German.

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Articles

551 Bulletin

Thomas Reyntjens, Laurent Bougard, Amaryllis Müller, Sascha Schubert The EU Commission assesses in a published policy paper whether its jurisdictional merger control thresholds leave an enforcement gap and whether the administrative burden on merging firms and other market participants is proportionate

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In a recently published policy paper, the European Commission (EC) assessed whether its jurisdictional merger control thresholds leave an enforcement gap, and whether the administrative burden on merging firms and other market participants is proportionate. The EC concludes that the (...)

Amaryllis Müller, Alastair Chapman, Sarah Jensen The EU Commission announces that, amid the current COVID-19 crisis, it stands ready to deal with cases where firms can show very compelling reasons to proceed with a merger notification without delay

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Although many competition authorities are making considerable efforts to ensure “business as usual” during the COVID-19 crisis, the pandemic is inevitably having a material impact on merger control reviews around the globe. In addition to the obvious timing implications, deals are now being, and (...)

Olivier Vanhulst, Amaryllis Müller, Thomas Janssens, Laurent Garzaniti, Tone Oeyen The Belgian Parliament implements a directive on rules governing actions for compensation of damages arising out of anti-competitive practices

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Today marks the entry into force of the law which implements Directive No. 2014/104/EU of the European Parliament and Council of 26 November 2014 on certain rules governing actions for compensation of damages arising out of anti-competitive practices (the Damages Directive) into the Belgian (...)

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