Damien Geradin is an “extremely knowledgeable” practitioner, praise sources who note, “His ability to simplify complex issues is astounding.”
Damien Geradin joined EUCLID Law in January 2017. Prior to that, he was a partner in the Brussels competition practice of two major international law firms.
Damien assists clients in proceedings before the European Commission. He has been involved in many high-stake DG Comp investigations, including some of the most complex abuse of dominance cases in the technology sector in which he represented global market players. Damien has frequently represented clients before the General Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union, including in the seminal Huawei v ZTE case. He also regularly intervenes as an expert witness in national court proceedings and international arbitrations as counsel, co-counsel or as an expert witness. According to Chambers Global, Mr Geradin “is well known for his writing”, with commentators describing him as “has a very experienced draftsman” with “extensive knowledge of legal developments across regulated industries".
Damien is also a professor of competition law and economics at Tilburg University and a visiting professor at University College London. Over the years, he has held visiting professorships at leading US law schools including Columbia, Harvard, Michigan and Yale. He is the co-author of Global Antitrust Law and Economics (third edition, 2018) and EU Competition Law and Economics (2013). He is also the author of over 100 law review articles and other publications, which have been cited by the US Supreme Court, the US Court of Appeals, the EU courts and countless national courts and regulatory agencies. He is the co-editor of the Journal of Competition Law & Economics published by Oxford University Press.