Till Patrik Holterhus

University of California (Berkeley)
Lawyer (PhD student)

Till Patrik Holterhus MLE studied law in Goettingen (Germany) and Gal¬way (Ireland), holds a supplementary degree in European law (Magister Legum Europae) and is currently working on his doctoral thesis to receive his doctor’s degree. In Fall/Winter 2011 he did a research stay in Berkeley (California, USA) as a part of the UC Berkeley’s Visiting Scholar Program at Boalt Hall. As well as receiving a scholarship from the German program for the promotion of young talent, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Holterhus is working part-time in the antitrust group of the law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in Duesseldorf (Germany). His main research interests are in the field of merger control. Holterhus publishes in the field of European and German antitrust law.


1248 Bulletin

Till Patrik Holterhus The European Court of Justice annuls fines imposed on Belgian chemicals company for anticompetitive conduct due to a breach of essential procedural requirements (Solvay)


European Court of Justice annuls antitrust fines due to a breach of essential procedural requirements* On October 25th, 2011 the European Court of Justice annulled antitrust fines that were imposed on the company Solvay by the European Commission in the year 2000 (and approved by European (...)

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