Peter Wytinck’s expertise is primarily in European law, Belgian and EU competition law, market practices (including product labelling and product regulations), trademark law, and commercial litigation. Peter’s practice of European law includes defending clients before the Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance, the European Commission, the Belgian national courts, and administrative authorities (regarding amongst others the free movement of goods, services and capital, mergers, cartel arrangements, state aid, trademark law, EU contract litigation, and various EU Directives and Regulations). Peter also frequently advises on Belgian competition law matters and assists clients in the structuring of takeovers, joint ventures, and contracts. He represents clients in the notification of contracts and concentrations, and in complaints and procedures before the Belgian Competition Council and Belgian courts and tribunals. Peter has extensive experience in advising on issues regarding market practices (such as labelling, (comparative) advertising, joint offers, price reduction announcements, sales, and unfair competition) and regularly defends clients in these matters before the Belgian courts. His work on trademark matters mainly concerns litigation regarding the risk of confusion and parallel imports before national and international courts (Benelux Court of Justice and Court of Justice).