has been a partner of Gleiss Lutz (Stuttgart/Brussels) since 2008. He has considerable experience in European and international competition law. He focuses on cartel cases as well as private antitrust litigation, merger control, online and distribution competition law, antitrust compliance programmes and internal investigations. He has been involved in leading cartel damages litigation both before German and EU courts, including the hydrogen peroxide landmark decisions of the European Court of Justice (CDC Hydrogen Peroxide v Evonik Degussa), where he represented Evonik Degussa, and the first market-wide collective settlements (firefighting vehicles cases). He regularly defends clients against cartel damages actions and co-ordinates international antitrust litigation, including global settlements.
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