Christoph Arhold

White & Case (Brussels), White & Case (Berlin)
Lawyer (Of Counsel)

Christoph Arhold’s main practice areas at White & Case are German and European competition law, including mergers, cartels and—in particular—State aid. He also has substantial experience in other fields of European Community law, such as the fundamental freedoms of the Common Market and trade law. He is recognized as one of the leading State aid law experts in the 2007/2008 German directory Juve Handbuch. Christoph Arhold regularly publishes and speaks on State aid and other EC law topics (see list below), and is also visiting lecturer for EC State aid law at the Europa-Institut of the University of Saarland. Before joining White & Case, Christoph Arhold worked as an assistant to Prof. Dr. Torsten Stein, University of Saarland (Germany), as an assistant to a member of the European Parliament and, as part of his legal training, in the cabinet of Prof. Dr. Günter Hirsch, a former judge at the ECJ.

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Articles

528 Bulletin

Kate Kelliher, Kai Struckmann, Genevra Forwood, Yann Utzschneider, Christoph Arhold, Orion Berg, Irina Trichkovska, Aqeel Kadri The EU Commission adopts a new Temporary Framework for State aid in the COVID-19 context to support the business suffering

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The European Commission has now adopted a Framework of temporary State aid rules enabling Member States to adopt measures to support the growing number of businesses suffering because of the COVID-19 outbreak. This is the first time since the 2008 financial crisis that the Commission has (...)

Kai Struckmann, Genevra Forwood, Christoph Arhold, Aqeel Kadri The EU Commission approves the first COVID-19 related State aid notification submitted by Denmark within 24 hours of the notification to compensate damages caused by cancellations of large public events

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As the number of businesses around the EU affected by the COVID-19 outbreak grows, many Member States are considering or have announced substantial supporting packages in an effort to limit the impact of the outbreak on the economy. Across the EU, measures vary, from governmental loans and (...)

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