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Enno Eilts

Enno Eilts
Firm:
Office:
John F. Kennedy Haus
Rahel-Hirsch-Stra├če 10
10557
City:
Berlin
Country:
Germany
Tel:
+49 30 767599105

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal Competition: Economists

Enno Eilts is a partner based in Oxera’s Berlin office with more than 10 years of professional experience. He specialises in litigation as well as competition and regulatory economics.

In his litigation work, Enno advises both claimants and defendants. He has provided expert advice in follow-on damages claims in Germany, such as those relating to car glass, bearings, occupant safety systems, rail tracks, sugar, pre-stressing steel, and cathode ray tubes.

Enno’s experience in competition economics includes work on merger analysis, abuse of dominance and state aid. In these contexts, Enno has advised international corporates and associations in industries such as food, forestry, transport, white goods manufacturing, and wholesaling and retailing, as well as the animal feed and automobile industries.

In regulatory economics, Enno has expertise in efficiency assessments, cost-allocation methodologies, and the estimation of companies’ cost of capital. In particular, Enno managed the development and implementation of a regulator’s first Cost of Capital Guidelines. He has conducted work for the airports and gas and electricity transmission industries, among others.

Enno also regularly teaches Oxera’s external training courses on utility regulation and competition economics. Other training courses he has taught include advanced competition economics at the University of Johannesburg (South Africa), quantifying antitrust damages for the OECD (international), and various state aid modules at the Academy of European Law in Trier (Germany) and the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht (the Netherlands).

Before joining Oxera in 2010, Enno worked for two competition watchdogs: the UK Competition Commission (now the Competition and Markets Authority), and the New Zealand Commerce Commission.

WWL says: Respondents describe Enno Eilts as “very easy and nice to work with" adding, "He is knowledgeable and capable of bringing complicated issues across so that layman can understand”.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Competition which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Competition: Future Leaders - Economists

Enno Eilts is a partner based in Oxera’s Berlin office with more than 10 years of professional experience. He specialises in litigation as well as competition and regulatory economics.

In his litigation work, Enno advises both claimants and defendants. He has provided expert advice in follow-on damages claims in Germany such as those relating to car glass, bearings, occupant safety systems, rail tracks, sugar, pre-stressing steel, and cathode ray tubes.

Enno’s experience in competition economics includes work on merger analysis, abuse of dominance and state aid. In these contexts, Enno has advised international corporates and associations in industries such as food, forestry, transport, white goods manufacturing, and wholesaling and retailing, as well as the animal feed and automobile industries.

In regulatory economics, Enno has expertise in efficiency assessments, cost-allocation methodologies, and the estimation of companies’ cost of capital. In particular, Enno managed the development and implementation of a regulator’s first Cost of Capital Guidelines. He has conducted work for the airports and gas and electricity transmission industries, among others.

Enno also regularly teaches Oxera’s external training courses on utility regulation and competition economics. Other training courses he has taught include advanced competition economics at the University of Johannesburg (South Africa), quantifying antitrust damages for the OECD (international), and various state aid modules at the Academy of European Law in Trier (Germany) and the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht (the Netherlands).

Before joining Oxera in 2010, Enno worked for two competition watchdogs: the UK Competition Commission (now the Competition and Markets Authority), and the New Zealand Commerce Commission.

WWL says: Enno Eilts is "strongly recommended" as "one of the rising stars" in competition economics. He is noted for his ability to "bring complicated issues across so that laymen can understand".

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Competition which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Germany - Competition Economists

Enno Eilts is a partner based in Oxera’s Berlin office, with more than 10 years of professional experience. He specialises in litigation as well as competition and regulatory economics.

In his litigation work, Enno advises both claimants and defendants. He has provided expert advice in follow-on damages claims in Germany such as those relating to car glass, bearings, occupant safety systems, rail tracks, sugar, pre-stressing steel, and cathode ray tubes.

Enno’s experience in competition economics includes work on merger analysis, abuse of dominance and state aid. In these contexts, Enno has advised international corporates and associations in industries such as food, forestry, transport, white goods manufacturing, and wholesaling and retailing, as well as the animal feed and automobile industries.

In regulatory economics, Enno has expertise in efficiency assessments, cost-allocation methodologies, and the estimation of companies’ cost of capital. In particular, Enno managed the development and implementation of a regulator’s first Cost of Capital Guidelines. He has conducted work for the airports, and gas and electricity transmission industries, among others.

Enno also regularly teaches at Oxera’s external training courses on utility regulation and competition economics. Other training courses he has taught on include advanced competition economics at the University of Johannesburg (South Africa), quantifying antitrust damages for the OECD (international), and various state aid modules at the Academy of European Law in Trier (Germany) and the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht (the Netherlands).

Before joining Oxera in 2010, Enno worked for two competition watchdogs: the UK Competition Commission (now the Competition and Markets Authority), and the New Zealand Commerce Commission.

WWL says: Enno Eilts is able to simplify and clearly explain complex economic matters to clients.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Germany which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Consulting Experts: Economic Consulting - Competition Economists

Enno Eilts is a partner based in Oxera’s Berlin office with more than 10 years of professional experience. He specialises in litigation as well as competition and regulatory economics.

In his litigation work, Enno advises both claimants and defendants. He has provided expert advice in follow-on damages claims in Germany, such as those relating to car glass, bearings, occupant safety systems, rail tracks, sugar, pre-stressing steel, and cathode ray tubes.

Enno’s experience in competition economics includes work on merger analysis, abuse of dominance and state aid. In these contexts, Enno has advised international corporates and associations in industries such as food, forestry, transport, white goods manufacturing, and wholesaling and retailing, as well as the animal feed and automobile industries.

In regulatory economics, Enno has expertise in efficiency assessments, cost-allocation methodologies, and the estimation of companies’ cost of capital. In particular, Enno managed the development and implementation of a regulator’s first Cost of Capital Guidelines. He has conducted work for the airports and gas and electricity transmission industries, among others.

Enno also regularly teaches Oxera’s external training courses on utility regulation and competition economics. Other training courses he has taught include advanced competition economics at the University of Johannesburg (South Africa), quantifying antitrust damages for the OECD (international), and various state aid modules at the Academy of European Law in Trier (Germany) and the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht (the Netherlands).

Before joining Oxera in 2010, Enno worked for two competition watchdogs: the UK Competition Commission (now the Competition and Markets Authority), and the New Zealand Commerce Commission.

WWL says: Market commentators regard Enno Eilts as “one of the best economists in Germany”, adding that he is “dedicated” and “a pleasure to work with”.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Consulting Experts which can be purchased from our Shop.

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