Christian Riis-Madsen, is a a partner at Gibson Dunn. He has significant experience in high-tech industries involving fast evolving markets, intellectual property rights, and complex trade patterns. As just one example, Christian represented AMD in the Intel case securing the highest fine ever imposed by the European Commission. Christian was recognized as one of the “top young antitrust lawyers in the world” by Global Competition Review in its 2016 “40 Under 40” awards. Christian is admitted to the Denmark Bar : he is one of very few antitrust specialists in Brussels of Scandinavian background, giving him an invaluable perspective on the culture and laws of the region. Indeed, Who’s Who Legal 2016 observed he is ‘building a real reputation for himself’ and is viewed as a ‘real star’ by his fellow practitioners in Brussels and beyond.” Legal 500 singles out Christian for his “keen understanding of competition law and its application to a commercial situation,” as well as his “‘problem-solving orientation,’ and awareness of particular hi-tech business sectors.” Christian is a former student of the University of Copenhagen (B.A. in Law and LL.M.) and of the University of Konstanz (Erasmus). He speaks Danish, English, French, German, Norwegian and Swedish.
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