Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Dusseldorf)

Julius Schradin

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Dusseldorf)
Lawyer (Associate)

Julius Schradin is an associate in the Düsseldorf office and a member of the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group. Julius advises domestic and international clients on German and European competition law, including mergers, compliance, internal investigations, cartels and abuse of dominance. In addition, Julius advises in foreign investment proceedings before the German Federal Ministry of Economics. Before joining Orrick’s Düsseldorf office in 2018, Julius worked on multi-jurisdictional cartel and merger cases during his legal training inter alia at the Directorate-General for Competition of the European Commission. His interest in competition law dates back to his university studies in Heidelberg.

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Articles

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Lars Mesenbrink, Julius Schradin The German Parliament passes its 10th amendment of the Act against Restraints of Competition which creates an enforcement tool for the Competition Authority to control the abusive behavior of companies with a paramount cross-market significance for competition

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New enforcement tool for the German Federal Cartel Office in the control of abusive behavior of companies with a paramount cross-market significance for competition In a nutshell: What’s new? Introduction of the Concept of Intermediation Power: A dominant position can as of now also result from (...)

Lars Mesenbrink, Jay Jurata, Julius Schradin The Regional Court of Düsseldorf questions the EU Court of Justice on standard essential patents licensing in supply chains (Nokia / Daimler)

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In a decision of November 26, 2020 in a patent infringement case of Nokia Technologies Oy against Daimler AG, the Düsseldorf Regional Court (file number 4c O 17/19) referred several questions to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) regarding the licensing of standard essential patents (SEPs) (...)

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