Hausfeld (Düsseldorf)

Lisa Hamelmann

Hausfeld (Düsseldorf)
Economist (Legal Project Manager)

Dr. Lisa Hamelmann, Economist and Legal Project Manager in the Düsseldorf office, is specialized in competition law and economics. Prior to Hausfeld, Lisa gained experience in antitrust matters as a research assistant at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics, graduating with a PhD in economics at the intersection of antitrust law and economics on digital markets. She holds an LL.B. in Business Law and a Master in Intellectual Property Law (LL.M. Dresden/Exteter), and has worked for an international law firm in Düsseldorf and as a consultant for the United Nations in New York. Having studied and worked in the U.S., Taiwan, Great Britain, Australia, and Canada, Lisa is fluent in German and English. Lisa also worked in Canada and Kenia as a volunteer, e.g. in a children’s home.

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59 Bulletin

Lisa Hamelmann, Mikael Treijner The EU Commission publishes draft guidelines intended to give national courts guidance in determining the extent to which overcharges based on infringements of Art. 101 and 102 of the TFEU have been passed on to indirect customers, including final consumers


Following the European Directive 2014/104/EU on damages actions for breaches of EU antitrust law (“Damages Directive”), which strengthens the right to compensation for indirect customers of the cartelists, the European Commission (“Commission”) published draft guidelines intended to give national (...)

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