Daniel Muheme is an associate in the competition and commercial team at ALTIUS. He specialises in all aspects of competition law at the European and national levels, including cartel cases, distribution networks, abuse of dominance, and state aid. Daniel has experience in drafting and reviewing a broad range of commercial contracts. Prior to joining ALTIUS, Daniel completed an internship at the European Commission’s Competition Directorate-General and then worked as a full-time research and teaching assistant in European and Belgium competition law at the University of Liège (Liege Competition and Innovation Institute). At the same time, Daniel also worked in a boutique law firm in Brussels, where he practised general business law and competition law. Daniel obtained his master of laws at the Universiteit Antwerpen. Afterwards he complemented his master of laws with an LLM in European Competition and Intellectual Property law from the Université de Liège (magna cum laude). During his studies, he also participated in an exchange programme at the Université Laval, Canada. Daniel recently obtained an LLM in global antitrust and economics from George Mason University in Washington DC and did an internship at the Office of International Affairs of the US Federal Trade Commission.