About Marilou van der Feltz

Marilou van der Feltz is an attorney-at-law at AKD and part of the EU and Competition Law team. Primarily based in Brussels, she also regularly works from the Rotterdam office. She specialises in public procurement law, State aid law and competition law.

On public procurement, Marilou advises and represents corporations and government bodies on projects relating to social services and construction.

On State aid law, Marilou advises government bodies, on issues such as the admissibility of investment projects, concerning investments in renewable energy and real estate. She also assists with the State aid notification process.

On competition law, Marilou advises corporations on the cartel prohibition and the prohibition against abuse of a dominant position. In addition, Marilou assists corporations with notifications to the Dutch Competition Authority concerning concentrations.

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Marilou regularly advises and represents both corporations and government bodies on legal matters within the area of social services as part of the larger field of public procurement.

Marilou advises enterprises on the cartel prohibition and is involved in the Dutch civil proceedings concerning the Truck cartel.

Education and activities

Marilou holds a bachelor degree in law from the University of Utrecht, an LL.M from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and a Maîtrise en Droit from the Aix-Marseille Université.

Marilou regularly teaches courses on public procurement law and publishes articles and columns on State aid, public procurement and competition law.

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  • University of Utrecht: Bachelor law degree 
  • VU Amsterdam : LLM Transnational Legal Studies
  • Marseille Université : Master 1 Droit international et européen
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  • The Netherlands
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