Maurits J.F.M. Dolmans is a partner at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP based in the London office. Mr. Dolmans’ practice focuses on EU, UK, and international competition law, as well as online regulation, intellectual property law, and sustainability. Mr. Dolmans has extensive experience in the information technology, telecom, media and entertainment, as well as in energy, medical devices, chemicals and manufacturing industries. He appeared in proceedings before the EU Commission and the EU courts, national courts and national competition authorities of several Member States, and ICC and NAI arbitrations. Many of his competition cases involve abuse of dominance, licensing or refusals to license, European standardization, access to networks, mergers, joint ventures and other transactions in the IT, telecom and other areas, intellectual property arbitration and litigation, and sustainability. He has published widely in these areas. Mr. Dolmans is recognized by Chambers and Partners and other publications as one of the world’s leading Competition/Antitrust lawyers. Mr. Dolmans joined the firm in 1985 and became a partner in 1994. He received an LL.M. degree from Columbia University in 1985 and a Master of Laws from the Rijks Universiteit Leiden in The Netherlands in 1984. Mr. Dolmans is a member of the Bars in New York, Rotterdam and Brussels, and the Law Society of England and Wales. His native language is Dutch, and he is fluent in English and French. He also has a working knowledge of German.
Competition enforcement: Is the Abuse Toolbox Adequate?Edward Elgar Publishing, Maurits Dolmans, Henry Mostyn and Patrick Todd, September 2022, Research handbook on the law and economics of competition enforcement, Ioannis Kokkoris and Claudia Lemus (eds.)
Dutch court rules on legal privilege for in-house lawyersCleary Gottlieb, Maurits Dolmans, Robbert Snelders, Paul Gilbert and Patrick Todd, 4 March 2021, Alert Memorandum
FRAND licensing commitments: Back to first principlesWorld Patent Information, Maurits Dolmans, 15 May 2021
Analysis of the UK Supreme Court’s decision in Unwired Planet v HuaweiCleary Alert Memorandum, M. Dolmans, P. Gilbert, F. Davies, T. Graf and D. Culley, October 1, 2020