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Floris ten Have

Floris ten Have

With his expertise in all areas of EU and Dutch competition law, Floris advises multinational companies active in numerous industries and has extensive experience, for example, in the pharmaceutical and financial sectors.

His practice covers the full range of topics within the antitrust area, including merger control, cartel investigations and litigation, abuse of dominance and state aid cases.

In 2014 Floris completed a secondment at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP in New York where he gained experience with regard to US antitrust litigation.

Floris has a Master of Law from University of Amsterdam and regularly teaches competition law.

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2007
  • Partner since: 2019

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On the right track? GC sends mixed messages with Lithuanian Railways

Short Reads - The essential facilities doctrine imposes on holders of indispensable facilities a duty to deal with their competitors. While a railway track may seem essential, a track’s removal does not fall under this doctrine if carried out by a monopolist manager of a state-developed facility bearing a statutory obligation to grant third parties access to its facilities. According to the General Court, the Commission was therefore correct to use the general framework for abuse of a dominant position to assess the Lithuanian railway operator’s removal of a railway track.

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