19. February 2024

Chambers and Partners Global Guide 2024 ranks OPPENLÄNDER in competition law

Chambers and Partners Global Guide 2024 ranks OPPENLÄNDER as Band 3 law firm for competition law! For 17 years, our competition law practice is part of this guide.

According to Chambers, our team, Prof. Dr. Albrecht Bach, Dr. Matthias Ulshöfer, Dr. Andreas Hahn, Dr. Donata Beck, Dr. Ulrich Klumpp, Dr. Christoph Wolf, Dr. Florian Schmidt-Volkmar, Dr. Martin Fink, Dr. Simon Schmauder, Dr. Natalie Seitz, Dr. Joachim Ott, Dr. Christopher Réti, Tobias Gawaz, Simon Gollasch, Christian Geyer and Annika Witte Paz, „work(s) very fast and (is) very client-orientated. They really are specialists in cartel law.” and have “high expertise and great experience”.

Special congratulations to our partner Prof. Dr. Albrecht Bach, once again ranked as Band 1 lawyer for competition law. Chambers quotes one of his clients with “Albrecht Bach has strong antitrust expertise and is a pleasure to work with.”

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03. April 2024

Dr Raphael Höll is a new associated partner at OPPENLÄNDER

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14. March 2024

OPPENLÄNDER sets the course for the future

In future, two managing partners will take care of strategic issues and the management of internal administration. They will be advised by a three-member advisory board from among the partners. We congratulate Dr. Christian Gunßer and Dr. Florian Schmidt-Volkmar, who were unanimously elected as managing partners until the end of 2026.

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29. February 2024

OPPENLÄNDER obtains authorisation for long-term securing of raw materials

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27. February 2024

OPPENLÄNDER represents religious community in constitutional complaint

A religious community has filed a constitutional complaint in order to obtain its own state treaty and appropriate financial support. Prof Dr Christofer Lenz and Dr Maximilian Stützel are representing the religious community.

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