DG COMP (Brussels)

Inge Bernaerts

DG COMP (Brussels)
Case officer

Inge Bernaerts has a law degree from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and a Master in European Law from the Universität des Saarlandes. She speaks Dutch, English, French and German. Member of the Brussels bar, she practiced European competition law in leading international law firms and was teaching seminars on European law for 8 years. From 2003 onwards, Inge Bernaerts works for the European Commission. She worked in the Competition Directorate General, in the field of telecommunications and broadcasting, then as Assistant to the Director General for competition. She joined the Energy Directorate General in July 2010 as Head of Unit for Internal Market II : Wholesale markets, electricity &gas, and is in charge of the implementation of the internal energy market legislation in the EU. She is currently working at the DG Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility.

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DG CNECT (Brussels)

Articles

1343 Bulletin

Inge Bernaerts, Stefan Kramer The EU Commission renders a decision on collective dominance under the European consultation mechanism on electronic communications in a case related to the market for wholesale mobile access and call origination in Ireland (Vodafone / O2 / Meteor)

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"First collective dominance cases under the European consultation mechanism on electronic communications"* In the first semester of 2005, the Commission dealt with two collective dominance cases in the electronic communications sector. Both cases were notified to it under the so-called (...)

Inge Bernaerts, Stefan Kramer The EU Commission renders a decision on collective dominance under the European consultation mechanism on electronic communications in a case related to the market for broadcasting transmission services in the UK (Crown Castle)

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"First collective dominance cases under the European consultation mechanism on electronic communications"* In the first semester of 2005, the Commission dealt with two collective dominance cases in the electronic communications sector. Both cases were notified to it under the so-called (...)

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