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Lars Ole Peterson

White & Case (Berlin)

Lars Ole Peterson is a partner with White & Case in Berlin. His main practice areas are European and German competition law with a particular focus on public procurement law. Lars has significant know-how in advising German and international bidders in public procurement procedures in Germany. He regularly represents clients in cases before the German Public Procurement Chambers and Courts. His track record spans a wide array of industries, with a particular focus on the energy, transport and financial services sectors. Lars also advises public authorities on how to shape their public procurement proceedings in order to comply with German and European law. Lars’ antitrust expertise includes cartel investigations, merger control proceedings, joint ventures, cases of abuse of a dominant position and matters of antitrust compliance. Lars’ expertise in cartel investigations spans a variety of industries including shipping, food and food retail. He represents clients before the Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt) and the European Commission. Lars has developed a successful track record assisting clients with merger and foreign direct investment filings. Lars is an alumnus of the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes). During his legal training he worked for the German Federal Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations on issues of European and public international law. Lars writes regularly on legal developments which affect his client’s business.

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117 Bulletin

Tilman Kuhn, Tobias Pesch, Justus Herrlinger, Lars Ole Peterson, Louisa Maier-Witt The German Parliament announces the publication of the Act against Restraints of Competition containing several significant adjustments to the draft that was initially put to a vote


Yesterday, the 10th amendment to the German Act against Restraints of Competition (Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen – "GWB") entered into force, and with it the most substantial overhaul of German competition law in a long time. The new law contains a number of significant adjustments of (...)


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