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Esther Maes

Trainee

Brussels

Esther Maes
Esther Maes

Trainee

Brussels

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Publications: 21 June 2022

How subsidiaries are impacted by competition law infringements of their parent companies

On 6 October 2021, the Court of Justice handed down its judgment in the Sumal case, marking yet another important development in private enforcement law: ‘innocent’ subsidiaries can no longer escape…

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Expertise

Practices

Litigation

Office

Brussels

Tervurenlaan 268A avenue de Tervueren
Brussels
1150

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted to the Brussels Bar (Belgium), 2020

Academic

LLM, University of Cambridge, St. John’s College, 2020, First Class Honours, Jacovides (College) Prize, Davidson Scholarship

Master of Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2019, magna cum laude; Jessup International Moot Court

Exchange program, University of Sydney, 2017

Bachelor of Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2017, magna cum laude

Published work

  • C. DE RIDDER, E. MAES, “Staat art. 1386 BW op instorten?”, TBBR 2019, nr. 10, 631 - 634
  • B. DE BOCK, E. MAES, "Derdenverzet en faillissement", TIBR 2022, nr. 1, 36 - 43
  • L. RASKING, E. MAES, "The burden of family relations: how the subsidiary is held liable for competition law of its parent company", T.B.H. 2022/2, 275 – 287