Hartmut Schneider

Hartmut Schneider is a US and German-qualified lawyer who practices antitrust law primarily before US agencies and courts. He has extensive experience in securing merger clearance for transactions in a diverse range of industries. He also regularly counsels clients on legal issues at the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property law, as well as on the compliance of joint ventures, other horizontal cooperation agreements and vertical distribution agreements with the antitrust laws.

Before relocating to Washington, Mr. Schneider worked in the Antitrust and Competition Department of the firm's Brussels and Berlin offices, as well as in the New York office. In addition to his US antitrust law expertise, Mr. Schneider has significant experience in EC and German competition law, as well as in EC state aid law.

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Areas of Practice 1) Regulatory and Government Affairs and 2) Antitrust and Competition
Law School The University of Michigan Law School, LL.M., 2000
Bar Member / Association District of Columbia Bar Association
Most recent firm WilmerHale
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