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Latham & Watkins LLP

Latham & Watkins LLP, Marc Hansen, Brussels, BELGIUM

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Marc Hansen

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Latham & Watkins LLP

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Antitrust & Competition

Position

Partner

Career

Marc Hansen is a Partner in Latham & Watkins Brussels office. Mr. Hansen has more than 30 years of experience in European and international and WTO trade law, and has considerable expertise advising on cartel investigations, market dominance and antitrust/IP issues, compliance issues and investigations involving corporate fraud, undisclosed commission schemes and bribery. Mr. Hansen has represented clients in numerous cartel cases and acts as global lead counsel in multi-jurisdictional investigations by US, EU, Japanese, Canadian, Australian, South African, Brazilian, Indian, Chinese and other enforcement authorities. He has advised clients in the most complex EU cartel cases of recent years, including Professional Video Tapes, Automotive Wire Harnesses, Prestressing Steel, Air Cargo, Diesel Engines, Smart Card Semiconductors, High Voltage Power Cables, Battery Recycling, Industrial Batteries and several of the Automotive Components cases. His cartel practice includes defense against European and US civil antitrust damages claims, and he has particular experience coordinating claims raised in the UK, German and Dutch courts with US class action proceedings.

Languages

  • English
  • Danish
  • French

Education

  • LLM, University of Michigan Law School, 1984
  • Cand. Jur., University of Copenhagen, 1983


Germany

Antitrust

Within: Antitrust

At Latham & Watkins LLP, ‘all team members demonstrate what they can do’ and ‘do not shy away from new challenges’. The firm’s antitrust expertise comprises advisory capacities in merger control, abuse proceedings and actions for damages. Prominent instructions include the defence of a steel-producing company against claims in connection with pre-stressing steel cartel, the representation of a bank in proceedings following the decision of the Federal Cartel Office on EC card fees, as well as the defence of Singapore Airlines and Singapore Airlines Cargo against actions concerning the airfreight cartel. The ‘dynamic’ practice group, led by Michael Esser, saw an increase in merger controls: it was instructed by Hytera Communications in phase-II proceedings regarding the acquisition of Sepura. Georg Weidenbach and Brussels-based Marc Hansen represented Exide Technologies in four national antitrust proceedings, including the application of a leniency notice and a subsequent reduction of the penalty payment.

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