White & Case (Dusseldorf)

Tilman Kuhn

White & Case (Dusseldorf)
Lawyer (Partner)

Dr Tilman Kuhn international experience across various locations includes merger control reviews, cartel matters, vertical conduct investigations, dominance matters, civil and appellate litigation and advisory work, as well as foreign investment control work. He represents clients across key industries, from oil & gas to chemicals, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, automotive and tech. Prior to joining White & Case, Tilman worked in the Cologne office for a renowned US law firm, with a particular focus on German and European antitrust law. During this time, he spent one year at the Brussels office. Testimonials in the current edition of Legal500 are quoted : “Tilman Kuhn and his team are not only outstanding antitrust lawyers, but also goal-oriented practitioners with whom pragmatic solutions can be found through short lines of communication.” and “Tilman Kuhn has outstanding expertise in antitrust law and knows how to apply this precisely to the case in question.”. Juve states competitors are describing him as "good and well experienced, especially regarding merger control cases". He is a prolific author on antitrust law and is an active member of Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht.

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2425 Bulletin

Jacquelyn MacLennan, Strati Sakellariou-Witt, Tilman Kuhn, Peter Citron The EU Commission publishes a staff working document on its evaluation of the horizontal block exemption regulations on research & development and specialisation agreements

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On 6 May 2021, the European Commission ("Commission") published a staff working document ("SWD") on its evaluation of the horizontal block exemption regulations on research & development and specialisation agreements ("H-BERs") and the horizontal guidelines. The SWD is accompanied by an (...)

Jeremie Marthan, Tilman Kuhn, Mark D. Powell, Rahel Wendebourg The French Council of State rejects the application from a biotechnology company to suspend the referral by the French Competition Authority of its acquisition of a company developing multi-cancer early detection tests, and rules that it does not have jurisdiction to suspend a request for referral (Illumina / Grail)

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The European Commission ("EC") is shifting its approach with respect to the referral mechanism under Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation 139/2004 (the "EUMR") and now – at least in certain circumstances – encourages referrals from Member States even where the national filing thresholds are not (...)

Jeremie Marthan, Tilman Kuhn, Mark D. Powell, Rahel Wendebourg The Court of The Hague decides not to ban the Dutch Competition Authority from joining the referral request launched by the French Competition Authority (Illumina / Grail)

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The European Commission ("EC") is shifting its approach with respect to the referral mechanism under Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation 139/2004 (the "EUMR") and now – at least in certain circumstances – encourages referrals from Member States even where the national filing thresholds are (...)

Peter Citron, Tilman Kuhn, Assimakis Komninos, James Killick, Jérémie Jourdan The EU Court of Justice dismisses the appeals of several manufacturers of medicines involved in an agreement seeking to delay the marketing of the generic antidepressant citalopram (Lundbeck)

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On 25 March 2021, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") dismissed all the appeals against the European Commission’s decision to fine Lundbeck and several other companies for entering into anti-competitive patent settlement agreements. The judgments largely repeat the position taken by the ECJ (...)

Tilman Kuhn, Tobias Pesch, Justus Herrlinger, Lars Ole Peterson, Louisa Maier - Witt The German Parliament announces the publication of the Act against restraints of competition containing several significant adjustments of the draft that was initially put to vote

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Yesterday, the 10th amendment to the German Act against Restraints of Competition (Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen – "GWB") entered into force, and with it the most substantial overhaul of German competition law in a long time. The new law contains a number of significant adjustments of (...)

Jérémie Jourdan, Jeremie Marthan, Tilman Kuhn The EU Commission finds no gun-jumping in a merger in the water and waste management market and clarifies the scope of the public bid exemption to the standstill obligation (Veolia / Suez)

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In the midst of the Homeric battle between Veolia and its takeover target, Suez, the European Commission rejects Suez’s gun-jumping claim and provides further clarifications on the scope of the exemption to the standstill obligation in the case of two-step acquisitions encompassing a public bid. (...)

Alexandra Rogers, Tilman Kuhn, Jasper Wauters, Mathis Rust The EU General Court delivers ruling on the application of competition law to sports authorization rules and upholds the role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (International Skating Union)

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The General Court of the European Union (the "General Court") has confirmed this week that the eligibility rules of the International Skating Union ("ISU"), which penalized athletes participating in competitions not authorized by the ISU, infringe EU competition law. While the EU General Court (...)

Tobias Heinrich, Tilman Kuhn, Mark D. Powell, Orion Berg, Thilo-Maximilian Wienke, Camille Grimaldi, Fanny Abouzeid The EU Parliament and Council release a regulation on foreign direct investment screening regime which enters into force

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While there is still no standalone foreign direct investment (FDI) screening at the EU level, the EU continues to push for a coordinated approach toward foreign direct investments into the EU. The key instrument is the EU Screening Regulation, which has entered into force on October 11, 2020. (...)

Jérémie Jourdan, Tilman Kuhn, Guy Potel, Patrick Sarch, Mario Barka The EU Commission starts two studies into the mobile payment sector after setting out its financial digital package

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The EC is seeking to investigate the mobile payments sector by launching two tenders by the end of October for the provision of expert reports on the sector. The first tender aims to “gather informed knowledge, in the form of a report, about the state and evolution of contactless and mobile (...)

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