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13. March 2023

OPPENLÄNDER advises Radeberger Fleisch- und Wurstwaren Korch GmbH on the acquisition of a majority stake in the Wein Group

OPPENLÄNDER Rechtsanwälte has provided comprehensive legal advice to Radeberger Fleisch- und Wurstwaren Korch GmbH on the acquisition of a majority stake in Hermann Wein Unternehmensgruppe.

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09. March 2023

OPPENLÄNDER defends DSGV against antitrust damages claims (EC-Cash)

OPPENLÄNDER represented the DSGV - Deutscher Sparkassen- und Giroverband (German Savings Banks and Giro Association) against dozens of plaintiffs in antitrust damages proceedings based on allegedly excessive EC cash fees. The Berlin Regional Court dismissed most of the claims in their entirety and awarded damages in only a few cases, which, however, amounted to a total of only 0.7% of the total claim asserted.

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07. March 2023

OPPENLÄNDER sues for antitrust damages for BVG

OPPENLÄNDER has won damages for BVG from members of the rail cartel. This was the first time a German court had estimated cartel damages itself on the basis of a regression analysis.

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20. February 2023

OPPENLÄNDER provided antitrust advice to Daimler Truck AG

Dr. Christoph Wolf and Dr. Natalie Seitz provided antitrust advice to Daimler Truck AG on the sale of engine licenses and the acquisition of a stake in Cologne-based engine manufacturer Deutz.

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02. January 2023

OPPENLÄNDER strengthens corporate law with new partner

As of today, Dr. Thomas Kreuz is a new partner at OPPENLÄNDER. We are pleased about the reinforcement by an experienced lawyer.

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23. November 2022

ECJ rules on the relationship between antitrust and regulatory law

On 27 October 2022, the ECJ ruled on the relationship and interplay between antitrust and regulatory law in a complex of cases regarding railroad infrastructure pricing and led by Prof. Dr. Markus Köhler and Dr. Malte Weitner.

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23. November 2022

Second direct award to Karlsruhe transport company completed

The city of Karlsruhe has placed its local public transport on a new footing by awarding a public service contract directly to its municipal transport company VBK in accordance with Regulation 1370/2007. Dr. Corina Jürschik and Prof. Dr. Christofer Lenz provided advice.

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26. October 2022

What to do in case of an entry in the competition register?

At the Stuttgarter Compliance Talks of the Stuttgarter Zeitung, OPPENLÄNDER partner Dr. Matthias Ulshöfer explained how to avoid an entry and the threat of an award ban.

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12. October 2022

OPPENLÄNDER advises Rieker Finanz-Gruppe

OPPENLÄNDER partner Dr. Felix Born and team advised Rieker Investment GmbH on the acquisition of a stake in KOBRA Formen GmbH.

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30. September 2022

Construction freeze lifted by the city of Heidelberg

OPPENLÄNDER attorneys Dr. Jens Ritter and Dr. Maximilian Stützel, both active in public building law, have overturned the city's decision to halt construction in the dispute over the use of the former "Fauler Pelz" prison in Heidelberg. The state can continue the redevelopment to enable the correctional system.

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