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Amsterdam, 13 April 2023

Lindenbaum welcomes Dizzy van Duijn

By Damiën Berkhout

Lindenbaum welcomes Dizzy van Duijn. Dizzy will join the firm as a paralegal, specializing in antitrust litigation and collective actions. He has a Master’s degree in Competition Law and is currently pursuing a research Master’s in Economics.

In his studies, Dizzy developed a strong interest in the intersection of law and economics, particularly in relation to antitrust. Dizzy says: “I am excited to contribute my skills in Lindenbaum’s antitrust litigation and collective actions practice. Thanks to my academic background, I have a solid foundation in both law and economics. This allows me to comprehensively analyze the economic implications of anti-competitive behavior for affected parties.”  

Managing partner Damien Berkhout states: “we are happy to welcome Dizzy van Duijn in our practice, we are confident that he will be a valuable addition to our team.”

Dizzy van Duijn

Damiën Berkhout

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