Born 1982 in Munich. Studied law at the Humboldt University of Berlin. 2007 First state examination. 2007/08 LL.M. Studies in Paris. Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Munich, including stations at the General Court of the European Union and the German Federal Constitutional Court. 2010 Second state examination. Doctorate in EU antitrust law, supervised by Prof Dr Thomas Ackermann, Munich, funded by the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition; awarded the faculty prize of the Ludwig Maximilian University. 2008‑2011 research assistant at the chair for civil law and media law of Prof Dr Johannes Hager. Legal secretary at the General Court of the European Union in the chambers of Judge Alfred Dittrich (2012/13) and at the Court of Justice of the European Union in the chambers of Judge Prof Dr Dr h. c. Thomas von Danwitz (2015 to 2019).
Joined the firm in 2020.
Advice on European antitrust and state aid law, in particular on the prohibition of abuse of a dominant market position and on a state liability suit against an EU member state for illegal state aid; representation of a German Federal Ministry in a lawsuit against the national clean air program; advice to an automobile manufacturer on questions of European waste shipment law; advice to a project sponsor on the constitutionality of a minimum distance regulation for wind turbines.
Reiter, K. Market Design Powers of the European Commission? Berlin, Springer 2020.
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