Thomas Kramler

DG COMP (Brussels)
Head of the Digital Single Market Task Force

Thomas Kramler is Head of the Digital Single Market Task Force responsible for the e-commerce sector inquiry in the European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition. Mr Kramler holds a law degree and a PhD from the University of Vienna, Austria. He has graduated with a Master’s degree in European Community Law from the College of Europe (Bruges). Previously Mr Kramler was deputy head of the unit responsible for antitrust cases in the information industries, internet and consumer electronics sectors. Before joining the European Commission Mr Kramler worked as agent representing the Austrian government before the European Courts in Luxemburg.

Auteurs associés

General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (London)
Ziggo (Amsterdam)
Partridge Consulting
Microsoft (Brussels)
Apple (Brussels)
Aalto University
DG COMP (Brussels)

Vidéos

Thomas Kramler (DG COMP)
Thomas Kramler 19 décembre 2017 Paris

Articles

3365 Bulletin

Carl-Christian Buhr, Friedrich Wenzel Bulst, Jeanne Foucault, Thomas Kramler The European Commission renders legally binding commitment offered by US software undertaking concerning web browsers (Microsoft)

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"The Commission’s decision in the Microsoft Internet Explorer case and recent developments in the area of interoperability"* I. Commitment decision on the tying of Internet Explorer to Windows A. Introduction On 16 December 2009, the Commission adopted a commitment decision (‘the Decision’) (...)

Carl-Christian Buhr, Devi Wyns, Thomas Kramler The European Court of First Instance partially upholds the Commission’s decision concerning an abuse of a dominant position in the PC operating system (Microsoft)

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"The judgment of the Court of First Instance in the Microsoft case"* I. The 2004 Decision On 24 March 2004, the Commission adopted a decision pursuant to Article 82 EC concluding that Microsoft had abused its dominant position in the PC operating system market by (i) refusing to provide (...)

Adolfo Barbera Del Rosal, Christoph Hermes, Florence Verzelen, Nicholas Banasevic, Thomas Kramler The European Commission imposes a penalty payment pursuant to Article 24(2) of Regulation 1/2003 (Microsoft)

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"Commission imposes a penalty payment pursuant to Article 24(2) of Regulation 1/2003 on Microsoft"* 1. Introduction On 12 July 2006 the Commission adopted a decision to levy a penalty payment of EUR 280.5 million on Microsoft for continued non compliance with the Commission Decision of 24 (...)

Cecilio Madero Villarejo, Christoph Hermes, Jean Huby, Nicholas Banasevic, Thomas Kramler The European Court of First Instance rejects US software company’s request for interim measures (Microsoft)

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"The Court of First Instance rejects Microsoft’s request for interim measures concerning the Commission’s decision of 24 March 2004"* 1. The decision On March 24 2004, the Commission adopted a decision in Case COMP/C-3/37.792 — Microsoft — by which it concluded that Microsoft had abused its (...)

5287 Revue

Friedrich Wenzel Bulst, Jean-Yves Art, Jérôme Gstalter, Machiel Bolhuis, Maurits Dolmans, Mikko Välimäki, Per Hellstrom, Thomas Kramler, Ute Decker Open standards and antitrust

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Contributors to this thematic study were asked to answer a question that seems simple on the surface : Do open standards promote competition ? However, this question raises a tricky and preliminary problem : how to define an “open standard” ? Written by eminent specialists, this set of articles (...)

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