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Kim is specialized in European law, in particular competition law and free movement in the internal market.
Her experience includes both litigating and advising on cartels, abuse of dominance, state aid and she notifies merger at the competent national and European authorities. Kim also provides hands-on advice regarding commercial contracts, looking for pragmatic solutions with the client.
She regularly speaks at seminars and CMS client events, recent topics including dawn raids, joint tendering in public procurement markets, non-compete clauses and exchange of information with competitors.
Prior to joining the CMS competition law department in April 2016, Kim gained experience as a litigator in competition law and regulatory cases, focusing on the TMT sector.
- 2012 - College of Europe (LLM in European Law)
- 2011 - Ghent University (Law degree)
- “Supersnel internet wordt een basisrecht, net zoals kraantjeswater”, Een analyse van de toepassing van de staatssteunregels op de uitrol van breedbandnetwerken in Vlaanderen, RDIR, 2017, nr. 2-3.
- “To be selective or not to be selective? That is the question for tax measures under State aid rules”, with Annabelle Lepièce, Competition Law Insight, to be published in December 2016.
- "Topic of the year – prohibtion on cartels: state of play under Belgian law",TBM/RCB 2014, nr. 3