Peter D. Camesasca

Peter D. Camesasca

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Peter D. Camesasca has broad experience in all major aspects of EU and national competition law. Peter acts as special counsel to Samsung Electronics, to coordinate and assist in all aspects of the SEP-IP related matters currently pending before the EU and various national courts in Europe and overseas. In parallel, Peter continues to advise Samsung and a multitude of other clients in various Article 101 and 102 type investigations, as well as cooperation (merger / JV) and distribution type matters across the EU. Other representative matters include : (i) Article 101 exposure ranging from pure information exchanges to cartel-like allegations, representing clients in the majority of the European Commission’s recent cartel investigations, including Heat Stabilizers ; DRAM ; SRAM ; Calcium Carbide ; Air Cargo ; Freight Forwarders ; LCD ; Smart Cards ; Power Cables ; Car Parts ; Liner Shipping ; and various still confidential matters ; (ii) Samsung Electronics, in the reorganization of its panel business (EU filing) ; (iii) Counseling in liner shipping matters, including the creation of the replacement regime following the Conference BER ; assisting the industry in the set-up and running of a data provider mechanism ; assisting the industry and various carriers in the 2009 Consortia BER review, as well as the presently ongoing review ; counseling various carriers in proposed mergers, joint purchasing, VSAs and slot swap / charter arrangements ; port-related matters ; etc ; (iv) The Hellenic Republic, in the opening up of the Greek lignite market (EU state aid investigation) ; (v) Truvo, in its 2 to 1 directories merger (Dutch filing) ; (vi) Rockwell Collins, in its successful intervention blocking the proposed GE / Honeywell acquisition (General Court) ; (vii) Counseling various airlines, in cooperation and alliance type filings ; distribution / travel agency matters ; slot-related matters ; etc. Peter has acted before the European Commission, the European courts, the German Bundeskartellamt, the UK Office of Fair Trading, the French and the Belgian Competition Council, as well as various national courts. Registered with the Brussels bar, Peter received his Ph.D. from Rotterdam University, Holland (2000), and his J.D. from University of Antwerp, Belgium (1996). He is a regular speaker at international conferences, and publishes in the leading journals on competition matters. Peter is a member of the Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics.

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