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Competition/European Law - Austria
This content is provided by Florian Neumayr
Florian has years of experience in advising on all aspects of Austrian and EU competition law (cartels, abuse of market dominance, merger control and procurement). A special focus of his is dispute resolution (litigation, arbitration, mediation) and, in particular, private enforcement.
Clients include top undertakings in the telecoms, energy, pharma, automotive, trading and retail as well as construction and waste disposal sectors. Florian has a considerable track record in representing national and international clients (private and public) in different fora.
Following law school (Vienna and Thessaloniki) and an LL.M. in international commercial law (Nottingham), including international dispute resolution, Florian earned a PhD in procurement law (Vienna). After positions with large commercial law firms, he has joined bpv Huegel, where Florian has become a partner in 2010 and has been co-managing partner since 2016. He heads the Dispute Resolution practice and, together with Astrid Ablasser-Neuhuber, the Antitrust Practice Group.
Domestic Advisory Board of VIAC
Mediator of Energy Community
German Association for Antitrust Law (Austrian Section)
Honorary Fellow, Center for International Legal Studies
Vienna Bar Association
International League of Competition Law (LIDC)
Viennese Society of the History of Law
Spanish Austrian Law Association
Liechtenstein Arbitration Association
Austrian Arbitration Association (Arb|Aut).