Marc Custers, counsel in the Competition & Regulatory practice group in the Amsterdam office.
About Marc Custers
Marc specialises in EU law and competition law (merger control, anti-trust and state aid). He has broad experience in proceedings before the European and Dutch courts, the European Commission and the Dutch Competition Authority. He has also assisted clients in complex cartel damages proceedings and has been involved in various important state aid matters. Marc is editor of the Tijdschrift voor Staatssteun (a State aid journal).
Marc is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Competition Litigation Team. He also is a member of the Netherlands Association for European Law and the Netherlands Association for Competition Law. He has published various articles on competition law and is a regular speaker at conferences.
What others say about Marc Custers
Chambers Europe: "Marc Custers is best known for representing clients in cartel cases. He also regularly advises clients on all aspects of merger control in the energy and healthcare sectors." (2020)
Chambers Europe: "Marc Custers is 'highly experienced in competition law, and especially in merger control.' Further praised for his 'business-oriented' approach, he is also experienced in plaintiff cartel damages claims". (2019)
Chambers Europe: "Marc Custers impresses clients with his commercial approach. One interviewee notes: "He understands our business and provides us with pragmatic advice. He is smart and quick and his advice is always very helpful." His scope of expertise includes merger control notifications and cartel investigations and litigation." 2018
French language and literature, Radboud University Nijmegen, 1987
Studies in the field of international and EU law, LUISS University Rome, 1991/1992