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Dr iur Isabelle Innerhofer
Competition, public procurement law.
Counsel, specialised in competition, state aid law, public procurement law, european law, commercial law.
Attorney at Law, Binder Grösswang since 2007; Associate, Binder Grösswang, 2005-2007; Associate, Schönherr Rechtsanwälte, 2004-2005; Trainee, Dechert LLP, Paris, 2002; Associate, Dr. Friedrich Schubert, 2001-2002; Trainee, CCBE (Council of the Bars and Law Societies of Europe), Brussel, 2000; Assistant, Deloitte & Touche GmbH, 1999-2000; Intern, CCBE, Rat der Anwaltschaften der Europäischen Union, Brussels, 2000; Judicial Practice, Bezirks- und Landesgericht Salzburg, 1998-1999; Intern, Banque Populaire Anjou, Vendée/Angers/Frankreich, 1998. Numerous publications in regard to public procurement law.
German, English, French, Italian.
International Bar Association (IBA); Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht.
University of Salzburg (Dr. iur. 2004); University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento (LL.M. 2003); University of Vienna (Mag. iur. 1998); Université Paris X/Nanterre (1997); Admitted to the bar in New York 2005.
The department at Binder Grösswang shines across the whole gamut of EU and competition law and is led by Raoul Hoffer. He has a core focus on matters at the intersection of competition law and digitalisation, for instance in connection with artificial intelligence, data protection and the internet of things. Merger control at both Austrian and European level is a strong suit and the team is able to leverage its international network to handle cross-border work; Christine Dietz is the key name in this space. Isabelle Innerhofer is renowned for her private enforcement practice, where she often appears on the claimant’s side in cartel damage litigation.
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- Banking and finance
- Dispute resolution: commercial litigation
- EU and competition
- Private client
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Intellectual property
- Dispute resolution: arbitration and mediation
- Dispute resolution: white-collar crime (including fraud)
- Projects and energy
- Administrative law and public sector
- Data privacy and data protection
- Public procurement
- Real estate