DG COMP (Brussels)

Dorothe Dalheimer

DG COMP (Brussels)
Hearing Officer

Dorothe Dalheimer was appointed as Hearing Officer at the DG Competition in March 2020. Before her appointment to this position, she was head of the legal advice unit in the European Anti-Fraud Office. From 2000 to 2014, she worked in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Competition, in particular as a member of the team that prepared Regulation 1/2003 and the related policy documents. For many years, her work focused on developing the International Competition Network and on enhancing convergence of Member States’ enforcement procedures.

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586 Bulletin

Céline Gauer, Dominik Schnichels, Dorothe Dalheimer, Eddy de Smijter, Lars Kjølbye, Maija Laurila The EU Council adopts new rules on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty


"Regulation 1/2003 and the Modernisation Package fully applicable since 1 May 2004"* A. Overview of the new rules As from 1st May 2004, the new enforcement system for Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty is fully applicable. With the entry into application of Regulation 1/2003, Regulation 17/62 (...)

Céline Gauer, Dorothe Dalheimer, Eddy de Smijter, Lars Kjølbye The Council of the EU adopts a new regulation on the implementation of Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty (Regulation 1/2003)


"Regulation 1/2003: a modernised application of EC competition rules"* I. Introduction On 16 December 2002, the Council adopted a new Regulation on the implementation of Articles 81 and 82 EC: Regulation 1/2003 (OJ 2003, L1/1). This Regulation replaces Regulation 17, which for over 40 years (...)

762 Review

Ailsa Sinclair, Dorothe Dalheimer, Evelyne Rikkers, Ingrid Breit, Jeroen Capiau, Vita Juknevičiūtė Developments in and around the European Competition Network and cooperation in competition enforcement in the EU: An update


Depuis 2004, les règles de concurrence de l’Union Européenne occupent une place centrale dans la pratique des autorités de concurrence des Etats membres. De la même manière, ces autorités, ainsi que les cours et tribunaux qui exercent un contrôle juridictionnel sur leur action, contribuent de plus en (...)

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