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Tom Pick

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Partner, joined the firm in November 2016


Tom's practice focuses on all aspects of EU and German competition law, including behavioral antitrust and antitrust litigation, merger control, cartels and State aid. He also has significant experience in advising clients on competition compliance matters and policies, in particular the set-up of internal competition compliance programs and the running of related competition law and dawn raid trainings. His work also involves regularly representing clients on competition matters before the European courts in Luxembourg and before civil courts in Germany, as well as before European Commission in Brussels and national competition authorities. Specific sector expertise exists in energy, transport, chemicals, tobacco products, consumer electronics, steel and agrochemicals.

His expertise in antitrust covers all aspects of EU/German antitrust law, including advising on distribution, specialisation, R&D, commercialisation, production, joint-venture and technology licensing agreements, as well as advising in abuse of dominance scenarios.

As far as merger control is concerned, Tom represents notifying parties or targets, and he acts on behalf of third-party intervenors, in merger control proceedings before the EU Commission and national competition authorities, including advising on and handling/coordinating multi-jurisdictional filings.

As regards cartels, he is regularly called upon to advise clients in cartel investigations conducted by the European Commission and/or national competition authorities, including advising on leniency, settlement and the handling of private cartel damages claims and strategies.

In the area of State aid, he regularly counsels public authorities, private parties (including third parties) on all aspects of EU State aid laws and regulations.


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