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Hogan Lovells International LLP, Christoph Wünschmann, Munich, GERMANY

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Christoph Wünschmann

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Since the beginning of his career, Christoph has been advising clients with a focus on German and European antitrust, competition and merger control law. Christoph is the professional for all competition related aspects of your business. He handles all competition aspects of transactions and advises on commercial agreements and compliance issues. He regularly represents his clients before competition authorities (EU Commission, Federal Cartel Office) and courts.


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Antitrust

Within: Antitrust

The antitrust law practice at Hogan Lovells International LLP focuses on merger control, distribution antitrust law and antitrust investigations. Marc Schweda advises eBay on platform bans of brand manufacturers by the Federal Cartel Office and advises the Klambt publishing house on merger control law matters related to the planned acquisition of various women’s magazines. The firm has seen a growth in instructions in the area of cartel damages. For example, Christoph Wünschmann defended Air Canada against claims initiated by action vehicle Barnsdale arising from the airfreight cartel, and practice head Martin Sura provides support with the assertion of claims for damages against various supplier cartels. The extensive client portfolio also includes BASF, Douglas, Lego and ProSiebenSat1.

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    After years of debate, on 14 June 2012 and in its last days of office, the Legislative Council finally enacted Hong Kong’s first cross- sector competition law.
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