Christian Bahr is praised emphatically by peers for his “solution-oriented approach” when it comes to handling both EU and German competition law matters.
Dr Christian Bahr is a partner in the Düsseldorf office of Fieldfisher. Christian advises multinational corporations as well as medium-sized clients on all aspects of EU and German competition law, with a particular focus on private and public competition litigation and cartel investigations. He further advises on the design and implementation of compliance programmes. He represents clients before German and European courts as well as in proceedings of the German FCO and the European Commission.
Recent work examples include litigating private damage claims before German courts following cartel decisions in the Car Glass, Flour, Trucks and Steel Abrasives cases, as well acting before the European General Court in the appeal proceedings against a Commission fine in the window-fittings cartel case, acting in the cartel cases concerning meat producers, heat exchangers, industrial insurance, coffee roasters, cutlery, automatic doors, tug boat operators, and liner shipping as well as the investigations into resale price maintenance of mattresses (FCO) and consumer electronics (European Commission).
Christian is a regular speaker at seminars and conferences. He has published numerous articles on German and European competition law, and is co-author of the Langen/Bunte commentary on German and European competition law.
Fieldfisher LLP is a multinational law firm headquartered in London. The firm has a particular focus on technology; life sciences; finance and financial services; and energy and natural resources. Fieldfisher has 20 offices in nine jurisdictions – Belgium, China, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, the UK and the USA (Silicon Valley).