Tristan Verminck's practice focuses on representing clients in the area of European and Belgian competition law and regulatory matters in various sectors, including the regulated industries of TMT and energy. His practice covers merger control, cartels, anticompetitive agreements, and abuse of dominance.
Tristan's competition law experience includes merger control at the EU and national levels, representing both notifying parties and third-party interveners. He regularly assists clients with navigating complex cross-border merger control reviews. He regularly advises on commercial agreements and the establishment of distribution networks and has litigation experience before the civil courts. He also assists telecom clients in various matters, such as licensing issues and access agreements. In addition, he helps clients with the implementation of antitrust compliance programs and organizes compliance programs and training sessions.
Tristan worked as an associate in Jones Day's Washington, D.C. Office from 2018 to 2019. Prior to joining the Firm he worked at a company in Washington, D.C. that provides expert economic testimony in antitrust and intellectual property proceedings. He also practiced in the Brussels office of a leading Belgian law firm.
- The University of Chicago (LL.M. 2014; B.A.E.F. Fellow/Russell Baker Scholar); University of Ghent (J.D. magna cum laude 2012); Université de Neuchâtel/Universität Bern (Erasmus Exchange, 2011); University of Leuven (M.A. in History cum laude 2008; B.A. in History cum laude 2007); Università degli Studi Roma Tre (Erasmus Exchange, 2006)