Robin Struijlaart

Loyens & Loeff (Amsterdam)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Robin specialises in EU and competition law. He has experience in proceedings before the EU and Dutch (competition and other) authorities and judiciary, as well as advisory work, regarding the application of the EU and Dutch competition law rules (cartel prohibition, prohibition on abuse of a dominant position and merger control) and other matters relating to EU law. He is also frequently involved in the coordination of multi-jurisdictional merger filings before competition authorities in and outside the European Union. Prior to joining Loyens & Loeff, he worked as an associate in the Brussels office of a major US law firm. Robin has been a guest lecturer on merger control at the University of Utrecht and at Nyenrode University. He regularly publishes on competition law-related subjects in Dutch and international periodicals and is one of the authors of the book Digital Competition Law in Europe: A Concise Guide. Robin is a member of the Dutch Competition Law Association (Vereniging voor Mededingingsrecht), the International Bar Association and the Automotive team.

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Articles

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Marc Wiggers, Robin Struijlaart, Nina van Stekelenburg The Dutch Competition Authority concludes after its investigation that sponsored rankings entail risks for both competitors and consumers

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Dutch Authority for Consumers & Markets investigates sponsored rankings* On 2 February 2021, the Netherlands Authority for Competition & Markets (the ‘ACM’) published a study on sponsored internet ranking and its effects on competition and consumer welfare. Sponsored ranking means that (...)

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