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Alex Crespo van de Kooij



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Alex Crespo van de Kooij



Alex obtained a master degree in international and European law at the University of Amsterdam in 2015. He specialised in competition law and regulation as well as European Union law. During his studies, Alex has worked for the University of Amsterdam and several law firms. After that, he worked as a legal advisor at the energy department of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets for over three years, before joining Allen & Overy.

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Blog Post: 05 July 2019

Dutch Parliament agrees with amendment of Medicines Prices Act

On 2 July 2019, the Dutch Parliament voted in favour of a proposed amendment of the Medicines Prices Act. The amendment would result in Norway replacing Germany as one of the four reference countries…

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Blog Post: 08 May 2019

New Dutch Policy rule on the interpretation of "medical device"

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Blog Post: 23 January 2019

Dutch Model agreement for cooperation between hospitals and private clinics published

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Listed in the register of legal practice areas of the Dutch Bar Association for Economisch Ordeningsrecht

Published work

  • Alex Crespo van de Kooij, (2013) “The Private Effect of the Free Movement of Goods: Examining Private-Law Bodies’ Activities under the Scope of Article 34 of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union”, Article in Legal Issues of Economic Integration, 40, p. 363-374, Kluwer Law International
  • Alex Crespo van de Kooij, Saskia Lavrijssen, (2013) “Producer Exemption from Transport Tariffs under EU Law”, Article in European Energy and Environmental Law Review, 6, p. 245-262, Kluwer Law International