Mathieu Vancaillie

Simmons & Simmons (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Mathieu specialises in European, Belgian and Dutch competition law. He assists clients before the European Commission and Belgian and Dutch competition authorities in relation to matters regarding cartels, abuse of dominance, merger control and state aid. He also has extensive experience in the coordination of multiple merger control filings. Mathieu has experience in a wide spectrum of economic sectors including construction materials, waste management, chemicals, (online and offline) retail, software, IT services and life sciences. Mathieu was admitted to the Brussels Bar in 2014. He works in Dutch, English and French.

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Articles

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Koen Platteau, Mathieu Vancaillie The Brussels Court of Appeal asks the EU Commission to provide advice and information regarding the tariffs for concerts and music festivals of a copyright collecting society (SABAM)

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On 10 May 2019, by interim judgment, the Brussels Court of Appeal asked the European Commission to provide advice and information regarding the tariffs for concerts and music festivals of SABAM – the Belgian copyright collecting society – in light of the prohibition to abuse a dominant position (...)

Evert Van Baelen, Mathieu Vancaillie, Koen Platteau The Belgian parliament adopts law regarding abuse of economic dependency prohibiting unfair, misleading and aggressive practices between undertakings

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On 21 March 2019, the Belgian parliament adopted a law (i) expanding the scope of Belgian competition law to also cover abuses of economic dependency, (ii) introducing a greylist and a blacklist of clauses in B2B agreements and (iii) prohibiting certain unfair, misleading and/or aggressive (...)

Evert Van Baelen, Mathieu Vancaillie, Koen Platteau The Belgian Parliament adopts law regarding abuse of economic dependence and unfair, misleading and aggressive practices between undertakings

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On 21 March 2019, the Belgian parliament adopted a law (i) expanding the scope of Belgian competition law to also cover abuses of economic dependence, (ii) introducing a greylist and a blacklist of clauses in B2B agreements and (iii) prohibiting certain unfair, misleading and/or aggressive (...)

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