Overview


Wilko van Weert focuses his practice on EU competition law. He has provided first-class advocacy to corporate clients involved in high-profile international cartel investigations. He has delivered convincing cartel defense analysis and persuasive and vigorous representation of clients’ interests before the European Union’s enforcement agencies and judiciary.

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Results


  • Represented clients in matters involving patent pools and standards, including the development of the high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) standard setting and licensing mechanism and matters involving the MP3 patent pool
  • Represented clients in the first-ever EU cartel case on alleged delayed generic entry following patent settlement (“pay-for-delay”)
  • Represented clients seeking leniency or immunity from fines under the EU antitrust leniency program

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Recognition


  • Chambers Global 2017-2018, Foreign Expert for Japan, Competition/European Law
  • Chambers Global 2018, Foreign Expert Based in Belgium, Competition/Antitrust
  • The Best Lawyers in Belgium 2019, Competition/Antitrust Law
  • Legal 500, Recommended Lawyer, 2019

Credentials


Education
The Hague Academy for International Law, Postgraduate International Law, 1988
Groningen University Law School, 1987

Admissions
Brussels

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Wilko van Weert

Insights & Events / Media

IP Update, Vol. 17, No. 7 - July 2014

June 2014

Assessing Technology Transfer Agreements under the EU Anti-Trust Rules: Revised TTBER—Assessment ...

May 30, 2014

Standards and Injunctions Under EU Competition Law

May 29, 2014

The CJEU Takes Tough Stance on Downloading From Unlawful Sources

May 29, 2014

Standards and Injunctions Under EU Competition Law

IP Update, Vol. 17, No. 5 - May 2014

April 30, 2014

Technology Transfer Agreements: EU Promulgates New Antitrust Rules

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