Nils Von Hinten-Reed

CEG Europe (London)
Managing Director

Nils von Hinten-Reed is a founder and managing partner of CEG’s European operations. Nils has provided expert advice in a wide range of competition and commercial litigation cases before competition authorities in Europe and Asia ā€“ Pacific, court proceedings and international arbitrations. Nils has led teams advising on the economics of cartel and damages cases; abuse of dominance issues and mergers and joint ventures. Recent experience includes expert evidence in the largest telecoms arbitration between T-Mobile and Vivendi, Polish Oil and Gas Company arbitration against Gazprom and numerous cartel cases before the European Commission and national authorities. Nils’ industry experience spans the aviation, banks, basic and specialty chemicals, electricity and natural gas, finance, insurance, maritime, media, pharmaceuticals, ports, post, rail, telecommunications, transport, and retailing sectors. Nils is included in Global Competition Review’s 2013 list of recommended competition economists and the Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Antitrust/Competition Lawyers and Economists

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1910 Bulletin

Gudrun Schmidt, Holger Dieckmann, Matthijs Visser, Nils Von Hinten-Reed The European Commission fines two brewer companies for supplying incorrect and misleading information in a merger case (Anheuser-Busch and Scottish & Newcastle)

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"Commission fines Deutsche Post, KLM, Anheuser-Busch and Scottish & Newcastle for supplying incorrect or misleading information in competition procedures"* On 14 December 1999, the Commission adopted three decisions by which it imposed two fines of 50.000 Euro on Deutsche Post, a fine of (...)

Gudrun Schmidt, Holger Dieckmann, Matthijs Visser, Nils Von Hinten-Reed The European Commission fines Dutch airline company for supplying incorrect and misleading information in a merger case (KLM)

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"Commission fines Deutsche Post, KLM, Anheuser-Busch and Scottish & Newcastle for supplying incorrect or misleading information in competition procedures"* On 14 December 1999, the Commission adopted three decisions by which it imposed two fines of 50.000 Euro on Deutsche Post, a fine of (...)

Gudrun Schmidt, Holger Dieckmann, Matthijs Visser, Nils Von Hinten-Reed The European Commission fines German postal incumbent for supplying incorrect and misleading information in a merger case (Deutsche Post)

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"Commission fines Deutsche Post, KLM, Anheuser-Busch and Scottish & Newcastle for supplying incorrect or misleading information in competition procedures"* On 14 December 1999, the Commission adopted three decisions by which it imposed two fines of 50.000 Euro on Deutsche Post, a fine of (...)

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