Hogan Lovells (Munich)

Johanna Brock-Wenzek

Hogan Lovells (Munich)

Johanna Brock-Wenzek is a counsel at Hogan Lovells. She advises national and international clients on all areas of EU and German competition law. She helps with merger control proceedings and cartel investigations before national competition authorities and the European commission. Johanna Brock-Wenzek also represents clients in cartel and abuse of dominance proceedings and the litigation of cartel damage claims before national and European courts. Furthermore, she is experienced in advising clients on how to structure agreements, distribution and rebate systems in accordance with competition law. She studied law at the Universities of Muenster and Strasbourg, France. During her legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Dusseldorf she worked, inter alia, for international law firms and the German embassy in Accra, Ghana.

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Christian Ritz, Johanna Brock-Wenzek The EU Court of Justice emphasizes the need for a case and context-specific evaluation of "by object" restrictions and provides guidance on what sort of evidence is relevant, in a multilateral interchange fee credit card transaction (Budapest Bank)


I. Introduction On 2 April 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") delivered its judgment in Budapest Bank, another key ruling on the assessment of 'by object' restrictions of competition within the meaning of Article 101(1) TFEU. With this judgment, the (...)


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