Global Competition Review, the international news agency in the field of competition, has included Maverick Advocaten in its GCR 100, the guide to the world's leading competition law and economics practices. Global Competition Review recommends Maverick Advocaten and writes:
"Maverick Advocaten is the Netherlands’ first boutique focusing on pure competition. Established in September 2013, it’s still early days but the firm has made a promising start, adding four associates to the three founding partners. It already has some interesting cases, particularly in telecoms and health care. It successfully defended T-Mobile against an abuse of dominance claim by Liberty Global subsidiary UPC. The Court of Appeal in The Hague rejected UPC’s arguments and the case is now going before the European Court of Justice. Maverick also convinced the ACM to allow a joint venture between three health-care companies that will create the country’s largest forensic mental health-care business."
Maverick Advocaten regards its inclusion in this authoritative publication as a sign of confidence in its services. Maverick Advocaten continuously aims to provide its clients with excellent service and personal attention in a highly specialised setting. A proactive and solution-based approach is essential and is characteristic of our work. Our aim is thereby to prove our added value for our clients.