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Ella van den Brink

Google (London)
Competition Counsel

Ella van den Brink is Competition Counsel at Google London. Before she was an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, based in the Brussels office. Ms. van den Brink’s practice focuses on European and Dutch antitrust law and she specializes in sector-specific regulation. Ms. van den Brink joined the firm in 2010 as a stagiaire and returned to the office as an associate in 2012. In 2010, she received an LL.M degree in European Legal Studies of the College of Europe in Bruges. She received her Bachelor of Law and Master of Law in Legal Research from Utrecht University cum laude. Ms. van den Brink’s native language is Dutch, she’s fluent in English and has a fair knowledge of German and French.

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Ella van den Brink The EU General Court annuls fine in the Dutch beer cartel case, ruling that the evidence available to the EU Commission was not sufficient to establish the parent company’s liability for its subsidiary’s participation in the cartel (Grolsch)

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The Dutch Beer Cases : The Value of Whistleblower Statements and the Cutback of Fines in Case of Unreasonably Long Commission Investigations* The General Court has rendered a series of judgments in the Dutch Beer Cartel case that involve a number of legal issues, including in Grolsch v. (...)

Ella van den Brink The EU General Court reduces fines in Dutch beer cartel case finding that the Commission did not prove all infringements and that the duration of the procedure was excessive (Bavaria)

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The Dutch Beer Cases : The Value of Whistleblower Statements and the Cutback of Fines in Case of Unreasonably Long Commission Investigations* The General Court has rendered a series of judgments in the Dutch Beer Cartel case that involve a number of legal issues, including in Grolsch v. (...)

Ella van den Brink The EU General Court reduces fines in the Dutch beer cartel case finding that the Commission did not prove all infringements had been committed and that the duration of the procedure was excessive (Heineken)

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The Dutch Beer Cases : The Value of Whistleblower Statements and the Cutback of Fines in Case of Unreasonably Long Commission Investigations* The General Court has rendered a series of judgments in the Dutch Beer Cartel case that involve a number of legal issues, including in Grolsch v. (...)

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