Future with the best prospects: Online Faculty carrer day Mannheim on November 18, 2020
Future with the best prospects: Faculty carrer day in Tübingen on November 3, 2020
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schnelle receives award from Who's Who Legal
Homeoffice im Lichte des Arbeitsrechts – Regelungen frühzeitig vereinbaren
GDPR in the award procedure for contracting authorities
Competition Litigation 2021
Antitrust law - enormous proceedings successfully concluded after 15 years
Dr. Roland Kläger is moderator at the ASA below 40 Fall Seminar
Welcome to the faculty career day Mannheim on November 18, 2020. The HAVER & MAILÄNDER Team will give you an insight into the various specialist areas, the working methods and answer your questions about the law firm and the prospects from 12.00 p.m. onwards. We look forward to seeing you.
Welcome to the faculty career day in Tübingen on November 3, 2020. The HAVER & MAILÄNDER Team will give you an insight into the various specialist areas, the working methods and answer your questions about the law firm and the prospects from 10.00 a.m. onwards. We look forward to seeing you, and will also be happy to provide you with your documents.
Who's Who Legal honored Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schnelle and said: “Ulrich Schnelle is lauded as "an outstanding lawyer" by respondents. He focuses on advising international companies on German and EU competition matters.“
Von: Dr. Jörg Richardi
In: DIE NEWS – Das Magazin für Familienunternehmen 10/2020
As part of the award procedure, both bidders and contracting authorities are processing numerous personal data. The currently valid legal regulations of the Basic Data Protection Ordinance (GDPR) and the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) also require public contracting authorities to strictly adhere to specifications.
The seminar offers an overview of the data protection regulations in the award procedure from the perspective of public procurement law and data protection law, specially tailored to the requirements of public clients, including examples in practice. Attorney Dr. Alexander Hübner and attorney Bettina Backes will lead the IHK event.
Date: Tuesday, 13 October, 2020, 09:00 am - 12:30 PM
Place: Industrie- und Handelskammer (IHK) Region Stuttgart, Jägerstraße 30, 70174 Stuttgart
Information and registration until 6 October 2020
A practical cross-border insight into competition litigation work
Von: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schnelle and Elisabeth S. Wyrembek
In: International Comparative Legal Guide
One of the most complex anti-trust fine proceedings in Germany with more than 130 days of proceedings ended on 02.10.2020. The liquefied gas cartel proceedings - also against one of our clients - made legal history, both because of the long duration and because of the significant increase in fines by the 4th Cartel Senate of the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court compared to the fine notices of a total of 244 million euros for all persons and secondary parties affected. The main procedural phases were the fine proceedings (2005 to 2010), the appeal proceedings before the 4th Cartel Senate of the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court (2010 to 2013), the appeal proceedings before the Federal Court of Justice (2013 to 2019 with referral back to the 6th Cartel Senate in Düsseldorf after annulment of findings and the fine amount statement), and the proceedings before the 6th Cartel Senate of the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court from 2019 to the present day. For our client, the fine was reduced to one ninth of the amount imposed by the 4th cartel senate. The Friedrich Scharr Group was represented by antitrust lawyer Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schnelle, with the support of Dr. Timo Alte, Dr. Christian Aufdermauer, Elisabeth S. Wyrembek, and other colleagues.
This year’s fall seminar of the below 40 group of the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA below 40) addresses the topic of “The Art of Persuasion: How to Present, Persuade and Prevail”. At the seminar, Dr. Roland Kläger will moderate a session on “Oral Advocacy” and discuss with the panellists how to make best use of fact and expert witnesses in international arbitration.
Dr. Roland Kläger is partner in our arbitration and complex litigation practice group.
Place: Uto Kulm, Uetliberg, Zürich