University of Leiden - Europa Institute (Leiden)

David van Wamel

Leiden University - Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, University of Leiden - Europa Institute (Leiden)
Education and research staff member

David studied Civil Law (L.L.M.) as well as European Law (L.L.M.) at Leiden University. During his studies he has worked as an intern and as a paralegal at different law firms in Amsterdam and Brussels.

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University of Leiden - Europa Institute (Leiden)
University of Leiden
University of Leiden
University of Leiden - Europa Institute (Leiden)

Articles

282 Bulletin

David van Wamel The Dutch Court of Appeal in Arnhem-Leeuwarden applies a rationale of the EU Court of Justice and finds subsidiary liable for damages resulting from an EU competition law infringement committed by its parent whilst engaging in a cartel (GIS Cartel)

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Introduction In its interim judgement of 26 November 2019 (‘interim judgement’) the Dutch Court of Appeal Arnhem-Le euwarden (‘Court of Appeal’) applied the rationale of the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) in Skanska to rule that Cogelex (a subsidiary) and Alstom Holdings (its parent (...)

David van Wamel The EU Commission imposes interim measures on a technology company to prevent it causing serious and irreparable damage to competition by prima facie abusing its dominant position (Broadcom)

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Introduction On 16 October 2019, the European Commission imposed interim measures on Broadcom to prevent it causing serious and irreparable damage to competition by prima facie abusing its dominant position. On 7 October 2020, the Commission accepted commitments offered by Broadcom regarding (...)

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