Amaryllis Müller

Amaryllis Müller

Belgium, Brussels
Principal Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Profession: Attorney / Solicitor, Lawyer
Industry: Law Practice, Competition


Amaryllis is a principal associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Brussels. Her practice covers all aspects of European and Belgian competition law, with a focus on cross-border merger control and competition litigation. She has completed a 10-month secondment at the Freshfields office in Washington, DC and also expanded her practical experience during a client secondment. Amaryllis is an alumna of Harvard Law School, College of Europe (Bruges), KU Leuven and Humboldt University.


Dutch, English, German, French


AntitrustCompetition PolicyEU LawLitigationMerger ControlState AidCompliance Programmes


Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Principal Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

September 2013 - Present • Brussels, Belgium

Recent cases Amaryllis has advised on: - CK Hutchison on its attempted acquisition of O2 UK and the subsequent landmark appeal before Europe’s General Court, which overturned the European Commission’s prohibition decision. - Tech clients on confidential antitrust mandates, as well as industrial clients on the antitrust aspects of digital transformation. - Anheuser-Busch InBev in its defence of a high-profile investigation by the European Commission into alleged abuse of dominance on the Belgian beer market relating to parallel trade with neighbouring countries, which resulted in a novel cooperation decision. - ThyssenKrupp in the damages litigation brought by the European Commission following the Commission’s decision imposing fines on four elevator companies for bid-rigging. - Cengage Learning on the global merger control process, including a US DoJ Second Request, of its proposed merger with McGraw-Hill Education, Inc.


Harvard Law School


College of Europe, Bruges


Humboldt University Berlin

Visiting student (Erasmus)

KU Leuven

Master of Law

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