Camille Keres

Levi Strauss (Brussels)
Legal Counsel

Camille is a Legal Counsel with Levi Strauss & Co. in Brussels. Before that, she was an associate in the Brussels office of Dentons. There, she focused on defending clients in antitrust investigations and advised on merger control, compliance and distribution, drawing on a distinct background and experience in competition, IP and distribution law developed both in private practice as well as through in-house positions at Kenzo and L’Oreal. She represented companies across a variety of sectors, including food & drinks, audiovisual and Internet services and consumer and luxury goods. Prior to joining Dentons, Camille gained experience working in international firms in Paris and Brussels.

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Yves Botteman, Camille Keres The EU Advocate General Bobek publishes his opinion on the concept of restriction of competition by object or by effect (Gazdasági Versenyhivatal / Budapest Bank)

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AG BOBEK’S OPINION IN BUDAPEST BANK: ON OBJECT VS. EFFECT, FISH AND LILIES* On September 5, 2019, Advocate General Bobek published his opinion in the Budapest Bank case (C-228/18). The opinion provides very clear and practical guidance on the concept of restriction of competition by object – a (...)

Camille Keres, Yves Botteman The UK Court of Appeal adopts a ruling allowing plaintiffs in cartel damages actions to advance claims based on overcharges incurred outside of the EU when they ultimately hit their finished goods sales within the EU (Liyama)

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On February 16, 2018, the UK Court of Appeal adopted its much awaited ruling in the iiyama case. Taking stock of the Court of Justice (CoJ) ruling in Intel last year, the Court of Appeal allows plaintiffs in civil cartel damages actions to advance claims based on overcharges incurred by their (...)

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