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Christian Krohs advises clients on all aspects of antitrust and competition law, including antitrust litigation, as well as compliance matters. Christian has extensive experience in all areas of EU and German antitrust and competition law, particularly in relation to cartel investigations, cartel damages claims, abuse of dominance proceedings and both national and international merger control projects. He has also advised numerous clients regarding antitrust and anticorruption compliance as well as internal investigations. Read Christian Krohs' full bio.
By Christian Krohs, Andrea Hamilton and Max Küttner on Mar 26, 2020
Posted In Brussels Developments, EU Developments, Monopolization/Abuse of Dominance
Amid the economic shocks caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, many industries are facing reduced demand for their products and services. Other industries—notably healthcare and food—are adjusting rapidly to expanding demand requirements and changing consumption patterns due to large-scale population confinement in several countries. Significant over- or under-capacity can create incentives, or even the necessity,...
By Christian Krohs and Daniel von Brevern on Sep 25, 2017
Posted In EU Developments, German Developments, Mergers & Acquisitions
As reported previously, German competition law was recently amended. The amendments included with the introduction of a “size of transaction”-threshold a notable change with respect to German merger control. The following is a reminder of five important features of German merger control which you should be aware of: The jurisdictional thresholds of German merger control...
By Christian Krohs and Daniel von Brevern on Jun 14, 2017
Posted In Cartel Enforcement, EU Developments, German Developments, Mergers & Acquisitions
A number of amendments to the German competition law (Amendment) entered into force on 9 June 2017. The key changes are: Merger control: Introduction of a new “size of transaction”-threshold Sanctions for antitrust law infringements: Rules of liability aligned to EU concept, in particular with respect to “parental liability” Private enforcement: Implementation of EU Cartel...
By Louise Aberg and Christian Krohs on Apr 4, 2016
Posted In Cartel Enforcement, EC Developments, German Developments, Private Litigation
The first European citizen to be extradited from Europe to the United States for criminal antitrust conduct recently succeeded in having a Berlin court refer the matter of his extradition to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the context of his damages action with regard to his extradition, after a series...