Willkie Farr & Gallagher (London)

Boris Bronfentrinker

Willkie Farr & Gallagher (London)

Boris Bronfentrinker is a partner in Willkie’s Litigation and Antitrust & Competition practices in London. Boris Bronfentrinker is a solicitor advocate practicing in complex commercial litigation, with particular experience in competition litigation. He has represented clients, both as claimants and defendants, in leading and high profile cases in both the High Court of England & Wales and the Competition Appeal Tribunal, as well as coordinating competition litigation proceedings in other jurisdictions globally. Regularly acting for both claimants and defendants gives Boris a unique perspective and insight into the conduct of competition disputes from both sides. He is experienced in not only litigating cases to judgment but also resolving claims through alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation. Boris Bronfentrinker also has experience of representing clients in the defence of investigations by the European Commission and national competition authorities, including sector inquiries, as well as managing internal investigations into competition law and bribery/corruption issues. Previously, Boris Bronfentrinker was a partner at specialist claimant competition litigation firm Hausfeld & Co LLP. Before joining Hausfeld, Boris spent seven years at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s competition practice, primarily representing defendants.

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Boris Bronfentrinker, Nicola Boyle, Tom Bolster The EU Court of Justice allows an interpretation of the matter of civil liability according to which a cartel member may be kept liable for damages caused by umbrella pricing (Kone / ÖBB)


Greater scope for cartel damages recovery following the Court of Justice’s ruling that cartelists are liable for “umbrella” damages resulting from the higher prices paid to non-cartelists* On 5 June 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) clarified the full extent of cartel damages (...)

Boris Bronfentrinker, Lesley Hannah The EU Parliament approves the Commission’s proposal for a new directive that will harmonise national rules in order to make it easier for consumers and businesses to recover damages for competition law infringements


Significant developments in private enforcement of competition law – EU Parliament passes Commission’s Directive* Co-authored by Boris Bronfentrinker and Lesley Hannah, Hausfeld LLP On 17 April 2014, a major step was taken in facilitating the pursuit of cartel damages claims across Europe. The (...)

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