- Corporate & Securities Mergers & Acquisitions
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution Antitrust & Competition
- Energy Services Energy Regulation and Government Affairs
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|Education||Hamburg (First State Law Examination 1991); University of Montpellier (Master's degree in Business Law, 1992); Hamburg (Second State Law Examination - bar exam, 1994)|
|Admitted||1996, Hamburg, Germany; 2008, Brussels, Belgium (E List)|
•Executive Managing Editor, ENLR (European Networks Law and Regulation Quarterly), since 2013
•Faculty Member, Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany, since 2011
•Founding Member, Industry Advisory Board, International Energy Forum, St. Gallen, Switzerland, since 2007
•Faculty Member, Master of European Law, Europa-Institut, University of Saarbrucken, Germany, since 2005
•Faculty Member, Master of European Studies (MES), University of Bonn, Germany, since 2003
Competent and well connected
Robert Klotz is a partner in the Brussels office of Mayer Brown's Antitrust & Competition practice. He concentrates on all aspects of EU and German competition and regulatory law and represents clients before the European Commission and national authorities, with a particular focus on network industries, such as energy, telecommunications, post and transport.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown, he was a partner with an international law firm in Brussels where he practiced in the same field since 2007. Previously, Robert served for almost a decade as an official with the European Commission in DG Competition, dealing with high level antitrust cases, first in the Telecommunications and Post Unit, and subsequently in the Energy and Water Unit.
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EU Legislation Facilitates Antitrust Damages Litigation
Kiran S. Desai,Julian Ellison,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt, December 2, 2014
Today's sign-off from the national governments in the EU is the final substantive step towards adoption by the EU of legislation on antitrust damages actions.
New Rules for Licence and other Technology Transfer Agreements in the EU
Kiran S. Desai,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt,Ulrich Worm, April 2, 2014
The European Commission has just published the definitive text of the new rules on the interface between technology transfer agreements and antitrust law. This article looks at the main changes made by the new law which are likely to have a particular impact on the life sciences industry.
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