Jan Truijens Martinez

Jan Truijens Martinez
Jan Truijens Martinez Associate Amsterdam
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  • E. jan.truijensmartinez@stibbe.com jan.truijensmartinez stibbe.com E-mail me
  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2012

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01.02.2017 EU law
District Court of Rotterdam confirms that investment firms may be held liable for conduct of portfolio companies

Short Reads - On 30 January 2017, the District Court of Rotterdam upheld the ACM's decision to impose a fine on investment firm Bencis for an infringement committed by its portfolio company Meneba. In 2014, the ACM imposed fines on three investment firms for the involvement of one of their (former) portfolio companies in an alleged cartel on the Dutch flour market, including Bencis that received a fine of EUR 1,3 million [see our January 2015 Newsletter]. Only Bencis appealed the ACM's decision.  

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01.08.2017 EU law
ACM closes probe into Fox over live-soccer TV rights due to lack of evidence of consumer harm

Short Reads - On 10 July 2017, the Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) discontinued its preliminary investigation into Fox. The investigation followed a complaint by cable company CAIW, alleging that the new conditions imposed by Fox on TV distributors in relation to live-soccer matches were discriminatory. The ACM, however, concluded that there was insufficient evidence to establish that these conditions would result in consumer harm and/or an appreciable restriction of competition.

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09.11.2016 NL law
Several speakers from Stibbe at European Pro Bono Forum

Conference - On 17 and 18 November, PILnet will host the 10th Annual European Pro Bono Forum. Stibbe, as an active participant on the pro bono market and member of the PILNet Hosting Committee, will arrange four different workshops throughout the Pro Bono Forum. Stibbe’s Anna Collignon, Jan Truijens Martinez, Jan Peeters, Machteld Claessens and Marieke Spee plan to speak about several interesting subjects in the pro bono and pro deo field.

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01.05.2017 EU law
Hague Court of Appeal rules on interpretation of object infringements

Short Reads - On 4 April 2017, the Hague Court of Appeal ruled that supermarket and food service trade association CBL (Centraal Bureau Levensmiddelhandel) and its member Jumbo had not infringed article 6 of the Dutch Competition Act (Mw) when setting minimum standards for preventing the sale of alcohol and tobacco to underage customers. The ruling overturns the earlier judgment of the District Court of the Hague finding an infringement of the Dutch cartel prohibition.

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01.03.2016 NL law
European Commission qualified Dutch and Belgian tax regimes for seaports as state aid

Articles - On 21 January 2016, the European Commission decided that the corporate tax exemptions granted to seaports under the existing Dutch and Belgian tax regimes constitute state aid. These exemptions need to be removed from the tax code since they are incompatible with the internal market. The Commission decisions are a result of a broader investigation into the functioning and taxation of ports across EU Member States aimed at ensuring fair competition.

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