Nils von Hinten-Reed named as Thought Leader in the Who's Who Legal Competition 2019

Jan 18, 2019

Global Competition Review published their annual Who’s Who Legal Competition 2019, announcing the world’s most highly regarded competition experts. CEG Europe is proud to announce that our Managing Director, Nils von Hinten Reed, is recognized as a Thought Leader in Competition, further to nominations from counsels, peers and other market sources.

This recognition follows CEG Europe’s selection in the GCR Economics 20 for 2019.

Patrick Hébréard named in the Who’s Who Legal Arbitration 2019 and France 2019

Jan 10, 2019

CEG Europe is proud to announce that Patrick Hébréard, head of our Paris office, is named in the Expert Witness chapter of the Who’s Who Legal Arbitration 2019, a guide to the world’s leading commercial arbitration experts, as well as in the Arbitration Expert Witness chapter of the Who’s Who Legal France 2019.

Ewa Mendys-Kamphorst co-authors an article on fixed cost pass through

Dec 4, 2018

Ewa Mendys-Kamphorst from CEG Rotterdam office has co-authored a Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper on the impact of fixed costs on pricing.

The article is available at Tinbergen Institute website.

CEG provided economic advice to online travel agent Prijsvrij in its successful dispute against a tour operator Thomas Cook Nederland (TCN)

Nov 22, 2018

CEG prepared an independent export report for the civil proceedings in front of the District Court of Amsterdam. On 29 August 2018 the Court ruled that TCN’s cancellation of the distribution agreement with Prijsvrij infringed competition law. Prijsvrij was legally supported by Maverick Advocaten and LXA The Law Firm.

A4E and IATA release new CEG report proposing a streamlined framework to effectively regulate airport market power.

Oct 4, 2018

The framework sets out a practical approach for regulators to identify which airports have significant market power and what regulation can be applied to ensure that passengers do not bear the cost of excessive airport charges indefinitely. The report is intended to assist the European Commission in its current review of the Airport Charges Directive.

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