Amaryllis is a principal associate in our antitrust group based in the Brussels office.
Her practice covers all aspects of European and Belgian competition law, with a focus on cross-border merger control, abuse of dominance proceedings and cartel litigation including follow-on damages claims.
Amaryllis also advises on State aid and EU and Belgian regulatory law. She has represented clients in multiple cases before the European and Belgian authorities and courts. During a 10-month secondment in our Washington, DC office Amaryllis gained insights into US merger control. She also expanded her experience of in-house priorities and challenges during a client secondment.
Amaryllis' experience crosses a range of industry sectors with a focus on telecommunications, media and technology. She serves as lead antitrust associate for the Brussels TMT sector group.
Amaryllis speaks Dutch, English, French and German.
CK Hutchison on its attempted acquisition of O2 UK and the subsequent landmark appeal before Europe’s General Court, which overturned the European Commission’s prohibition decision.
Tech clients on confidential antitrust mandates, as well as industrial clients on the antitrust aspects of digital transformation.
Anheuser-Busch InBev in its defence of a high-profile investigation by the European Commission into alleged abuse of dominance on the Belgian beer market relating to parallel trade with neighbouring countries, which resulted in a novel cooperation decision.
ThyssenKrupp in the damages litigation brought by the European Commission following the Commission’s decision imposing fines on four elevator companies for bid-rigging.
Cengage Learning on the global merger control process, including a US DoJ Second Request, of its proposed merger with McGraw-Hill Education, Inc.
Novartis on its joint venture with GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Health and on the $5bn auction sale of its Animal Health business to Eli Lilly.
Holcim Belgium in its successful appeal before Belgium’s Court of Appeal challenging the Belgian Competition Authority’s cartel decision in the cement sector, which led to a significant ruling quashing all cartel allegations.