Nima Lorjé

Nima is a counsel in our Commercial Litigation practice who specialises in complex multi-jurisdictional antitrust litigation and competition law. He has acted in a number of leading antitrust damages cases, including a successful defence against claims following the Escalator and Elevator cartel case. He has also acted for clients in defence of claims related to antitrust infringements on the gas-insulated switchgear, paraffin wax, bitumen, animal feed phosphate and trucks markets. Nima has furthermore advised on claims following the FOREX and Google Shopping decisions of the European Commission.

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Nima Lorjé

Counsel Amsterdam

Nima is a counsel in our Commercial Litigation practice who specialises in complex multi-jurisdictional antitrust litigation and competition law. He has acted in a number of leading antitrust damages cases, including a successful defence against claims following the Escalator and Elevator cartel case. He has also acted for clients in defence of claims related to antitrust infringements on the gas-insulated switchgear, paraffin wax, bitumen, animal feed phosphate and trucks markets. Nima has furthermore advised on claims following the FOREX and Google Shopping decisions of the European Commission.

Nima Lorjé

Counsel Amsterdam

Nima also has extensive experience in advising on Dutch and EU competition law. His expertise includes advising in merger control, cartel and abuse of dominance cases. He has represented a number of clients in that context before the national and EU courts, and is known for his in-depth understanding of the telecommunications and energy sectors. Nima has been ranked by directories for a number of years, such as the Legal500 and Who’s Who Legal.

Nima studied Dutch Civil Law and International and European law at the University of Amsterdam.

Languages: Dutch, English, German
Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2007
Amsterdam DNB De Nederlandsche Bank Utrechtsestraat
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Court of Appeal overturns first instance judgment and establishes that several prestressing steel producers are liable for the potential loss alleged by Deutsche Bahn

The Court of Appeal of 's-Hertogenbosch ruled that several producers of prestressing steel are jointly and severally liable for potential loss that Deutsche Bahn may have suffered as a result of an infringement of competition law rules.

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Court of Appeal of The Hague rules on liability for antitrust follow on damages claims in the elevator sector

In a judgment of 23 January 2024 (case no. 200.304.621 and 200.304.673), the Court of Appeal ruled that elevator manufacturer Kone can be held liable for damages alleged by 23 parties that combined their claims in a litigation vehicle.

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Stibbe Amsterdam appoints two new counsels

We are pleased to announce that Stibbe Amsterdam has appointed Manuel Lokin and Nima Lorjé as counsels effective 1 September and 1 November 2023. These appointments further strengthen our Corporate and Litigation practices.

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