Bpv Hügel (Brussels)

Gerhard Fussenegger

Bpv Hügel (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Gerhard Fussenegger is partner at bpv Hügel at the Brussel and Vienna Offices. He graduated from University of Vienna (1999 Mag. iur.), King’s College London (2001 LL.M.) He joined bpv Hügel in 2002 and has been attorney at law there since 2007. His practice focuses on EU and national Antitrust Law, Merger Control Law (EU, multi-jurisdictional and national merger filings), Distribution Law, European Law He is member of YAPP (Young Austrian Arbitration Practitioners), King’s College London Alumni Association, Vienna Bar Association, Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht e.V.

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Articles

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Florian Neumayr, Gerhard Fussenegger The Austrian Supreme Court confirms a decision of the Cartel Court whereby a waste disposal system for whiteware home appliances - run by an independent undertaking - which obliges contractual collectors - independent third parties - to collect waste from retailers for a maximum price of € 7 does not infringe cartel law (UFH-System)

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Case UFH System created a waste disposal system for retailers with regard to whiteware / home appliances. Participating retailers could decide whether to use the system or not (i.e., no exclusivity was required), conditions were to be negotiated directly between retailer and collector. (...)

Florian Neumayr, Gerhard Fussenegger The Austrian Supreme Court confirms a decision of the Cartel Court whereby cross-border RPM between a German publisher and an Austrian press distributor infringes Art 81.1 EU therefore preventing the exception provided in national legislation - excluding ban of RPM in the book / magazine sector - to apply (Burda / Pressegroßvertrieb)

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Case In 2004, Burda Publishing Group, Germany signed Pressegroßvertrieb as the exclusive Austrian distributor to retailers concerning Burda’s magazines. With a market share of 35%, Pressegroßvertrieb is only one of two competitors which provide distribution services including services such as (...)

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