Hogan Lovells (Dusseldorf)

Florian von Schreitter

Hogan Lovells (Dusseldorf)
Senior Knowledge Lawyer

Florian von Schreitter sources, creates and delivers knowledge to the Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation (ACER) team. Working with ACER’s Germany- and Brussels-based lawyers, he aims to ensure timely, tailored and cost-efficient legal advice to all ACER clients. Having previously worked as a senior associate in the Düsseldorf and Brussels offices of a large German firm as well as the London office of a British Magic Circle firm, Florian has detailed competition and antitrust law experience, advising on behavioural and transactional matters in a variety of sectors. Florian has counselled clients on complex multinational mergers, competition litigation and compliance with the competition rules in respect of a wide range of commercial arrangements. He has represented both national and international companies in relation to procedures and investigations before the European Commission and the German Federal Cartel Office. He is also an active contributor to academia, having authored numerous publications in the competition and antritrust field, in particular on the imposition of cartel fines and competition law compliance.

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Articles

1942 Bulletin

Christoph Wunschmann, Florian von Schreitter, Julian Urban The EU Commission revamps its approach to Member State referrals as set out in article 22 of the Merger Regulation

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On 26 March 2021, the European Commission (“Commission”) has, without any public consultation, published its new guidance on accepting merger referrals from Member States under Article 22 of the European Merger Regulation (“EUMR”), which it had announced last year. This document (the “Guidance”) (...)

Marc Schweda, Florian von Schreitter The German Parliament publishes its act against restraints of competition’s 10th amendment introducing a new regulatory framework for access to commercial data under antitrust law

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"The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data" (The Economist, 6.5.2017). This catchy (albeit not quite accurate) comparison is likely to take the leading position among modern digital markets truisms. It is therefore hardly surprising that the German legislator has been (...)

Dr. Anne-Kathrin Lauer, Julian Urban, Florian von Schreitter The German Parliament passes the 10th amendment to the Act against Restraints of Competition which provides modifications and changes regarding abuse control

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On 14 January 2021, the German parliament passed the long-awaited 10th amendment to the Act against Restraints of Competition (ARC). This came after the governing parties, CDU/CSU and SPD, had submitted a final amendment "at the eleventh hour" which provided for some additional modifications (...)

Martin Sura, Florian von Schreitter The EU Court of Justice overturns a decision and declares a settlement between a company in the pay-TV service and the Commission null and void (Paramount / Sky / Groupe Canal+)

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Settlements are a frequently used means of efficiently terminating proceedings, not only in cartel cases but also in other antitrust proceedings. The EU Commission can avoid having to spend resources on a time-consuming investigation and there are advantages for the companies concerned as well: (...)

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