Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)

Laurent Garzaniti

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Laurent is a partner in the antitrust group. A Belgian qualified lawyer and a member of the New York Bar, he is highly regarded for both his EU/International and Belgian practices. His experience focusses on multifaceted cross-border merger transactions and international investigations of anti-competitive behaviour, including ensuing litigation before both national and European courts. He regularly co-ordinates large multijurisdictional teams in procedures before antitrust and regulatory authorities around the globe and has significant experience of difficult transactions, including remedy packages, reviewed by the European Commission. His clients cross a range of industry sectors and he served as Global co-head of the firm’s TMT sector group for five years. Laurent is vice-chair of the International Antitrust Law Committee of the ABA Section of International Law and a regular commentator on topics of European and Belgian competition law. Laurent works in English, French, Dutch and Italian.

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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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