Loes is a Senior Adviser in CEG Europe and works from The Hague office. In her 10 years with CEG, she has assisted clients over the full range of CEG’s services; from abuse of dominance to commercial and competition damages, competition conduct, mergers, regulation and state aid.
Her largest cases include the interchange fees damages claims in front of the UK Competition Appeals Tribunal and High Court on behalf of Sainsbury’s against MasterCard and Visa and the truck cartel damages claim in front of the District Court of Amsterdam on behalf of collective claim foundation STCC against the European truck manufacturers.
In her damages work, Loes has acted both for plaintiffs and defendants in follow-on and stand-alone cartel cases as well as commercial disputes. Her experience covers a broad range of sectors, including automotive, natural gas, travel, consumer electronics, elevators, household detergents.
Besides damages work, Loes also assists in cases before regulators and national courts regarding mergers, abuse of dominance and other competition conduct. She has also worked on strategic regulatory think pieces in the rail, airport and electricity sector.
Loes holds an LLM in Law and Economics from the Universities of Hamburg, Bologna and Rotterdam, and a BA in Social Sciences from University College Roosevelt.
She is fluent in Dutch and English.
She is currently working on the truck cartel damages claim in front of the District Court of Amsterdam on behalf of collective claim foundation STCC against the European truck manufacturers.
Her other recent work is focused on several confidential collective damages claims under the new Dutch WAMCA framework.