Corneliu Hödlmayr

DG COMP (Brussels)
Member of Legal Service (European Commission)

Corneliu Hoedlmayr is a qualified lawyer admitted to the German bar. Since 2010 he has been Member of the European Commission’s Legal Service. He represented the Commission before the Union Courts in numerous competition and other EU-law cases. Previously, starting in 2001, he worked for two major law firms in Brussels and, as of 2006, in DG Competition. He was part of the teams dealing with lead EU competition cases in the IT-sector, including Microsoft and Intel, provided evidence on behalf of the Commission to the House of Lord’s investigation into online platforms and was one of the Commission’s agents in Cisco’s appeal of the Microsoft/Skype merger decision. He authored several publications in the field of EU competition law and is lecturing on the competition-, liability- and data-protection-aspects of the digital single market.

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DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
European Commission (Brussels)

Articles

1913 Bulletin

Barbara Bösze, Brice Allibert, Corneliu Hödlmayr, Damian Kaminski, Gabor Bartha, Marieke Scholz The EU Commission fines a US semiconductor chip manufacturer for abuse of a dominant position (Intel)

1913

"Commission finds abuse of dominance in the Intel case"* I. Introduction On 13 May 2009, the European Commission concluded its Intel investigation by way of a formal Decision. The Commission found that Intel had abused its dominant position in x86 Central Processing Units (CPUs) by engaging (...)

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