is a partner in the Gleiss Lutz Frankfurt office. He has extensive experience advising on European and German competition law and leading related litigation before the German courts. His experience extends to, among others, German and European merger control law, cartel and abuse-of-dominance proceedings, co-operation and distribution contracts, and competition law compliance. A current focus of Alexander’s work is the representation of clients in cartel damages litigation relating to the German sugar cartel and payment card litigation. He also represents transport operators in competition law-related litigation. Alexander regularly publishes on a variety of competition law topics.
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