EU: Geradin leaves Euclid and sets up new competition firm

Damien Geradin has left Euclid Law to start a new competition law boutique in Brussels. Geradin Partners launched on January 13, 2020. It was founded by Damien Geradin and is comprised of the former Brussels office of EUCLID Law. It’s composed of two partners, one counsel and 7 associates.

Geradin Partners’ goal is to be a market leader in antitrust cases in the tech, telecoms, and media sectors. They do not work for any GAFA, but advise innovative companies large and small that have issues with them. They represent, for instance, a variety of news publishers and other Internet content providers. 

Before creating his first boutique law firm in 2015, Damien Geradin was a partner at Covington & Burling. Other senior lawyers at Geradin Partners, such as Philip Lux and Mathieu Relange, were associates at Cleary Gottlieb Brussels.

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