Demi van den Berg is an attorney in the field of (European) competition law and sector-specific regulation. In her daily practice, she particularly focuses on cartels, vertical (distribution) agreements, abuse of dominance and merger control. Demi also regularly advises on consumer protection laws and other competition related topics such as the EU Services Directive.
Demi has a particular affinity with digital markets and the media, telecoms, gambling and sports sectors. She assists clients in both civil proceedings and before the Dutch Authority for Consumers & Markets (ACM) and the European Commission.
Prior to joining bureau Brandeis, Demi followed the master’s specialisation European Business Law at the Radboud University Nijmegen. With her thesis on the Digital Markets Act, Demi obtained her master’s degree summa cum laude in 2021. During her studies, Demi worked as a clerk at the District Court of Gelderland and worked as a teacher in the Jurisprudence Department of the Faculty of Law in Nijmegen.
In 2019, Demi won the European Law Moot Court Competition. In this prestigious competition for European Law, she successfully pleaded before the judges of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg and consequently undertook an internship in the chambers of Advocate-General Bobek.
Demi is a member of the Dutch Competition Law Association (Vereniging voor Mededingingsrecht).