Gleiss Lutz (Stuttgart)

Christoph Stock

Gleiss Lutz (Stuttgart)
Lawyer (Associate)

Christoph advises on German and European antitrust law in particular in connection with merger control proceedings, cartel investigations and distribution agreements. Furthermore he specialises in private antitrust litigation and in the implementation of compliance programmes. Christoph studied at the universities of Tübingen and Lausanne. He has been with Gleiss Lutz since 2015. He previously worked as an academic assistant at the chair of antitrust law at the University of Tübingen. Christoph speaks German, English and French.

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Articles

2720 Bulletin

Christoph Stock, Stefan Thomas The Karlsruhe Higher Regional Court rules on key issues of private damages actions against hardcore cartels decides on the indirect customer’s right to claim and addresses the challenging task of quantifying antitrust damages (Carbonless paper cartel)

1022

Introduction Private enforcement in hardcore-cartels cases is getting in motion. In Germany, within less than one year two actions for damages against participants in hardcore-cartels were successful. After the decision of the Berlin Higher Regional Court in the “Berliner Transportbeton”-case (...)

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