Stefan is a member of the Practice Area Competition, EU & Trade and advises on all questions of German and EU competition law. Stefan´s main focus is on advising on stand-alone/follow-on civil competition law proceedings, in particular cartel damage claims, on both the claimant and defendant side.
|Since 2020||Salary Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2018 – 2020||Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2016 – 2018||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2014 – 2016||Associate, law firm specialised in competition and energy law, Hamburg|
|2015||Doctoral degree, dissertation on 'The application of European competition law to sport', Bucerius Law School, Hamburg|
|2013||Admitted to the Bar, Hamburg|
|2013||Second state examination|
|2008||First state examination|
|2003 – 2008||Legal studies, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg and Brooklyn Law School, New York, USA|
The Facebook Decision of the German Federal Court of Justice – a Compass for the Control of Abusive Behaviour? in ZWeR 2021, pp. 78-120, (together with M. Nagel)
Cartel damages claims by insolvency debtors: Hidden reserves in the insolvency estate, in: NZI 2020, pp. 932-936
Competition Law for the Digital Single Market, PlugIn – Rethinking the laws of the digital future, edition #31, September 2020
Alternative Energy & Power 2019 – Germany; Chambers and Partners Global Practice Guide 2019
Digital platforms in merger control, PlugIn – Rethinking the laws of the digital future, edition #21, May 2019
National provision on compliance measures remedying the consequences of misconduct in the procurement procedure compatible with Union law, commentary on ECJ, 24.10.2018, C-124/17, in: EuZW 2019, pp. 298-299 (together with M. Götz)
Exclusion from participation in a procurement procedure due to competition law infringement and compliance measures remedying the consequences of misconduct, in: EuZW 2018, pp. 13-21 (together with M. Götz)
International jurisdiction of German Courts for liability to recourse of cartel members as joint and several debtors, comment to OLG Hamm, 01.12.2016, 32 SA 43/16, in: IWRZ 2017, number 2, pp. 87-89
Application of European competition law to sport, Duncker & Humblot, 2016
Meca-Medina – European competition law and sport in: Vieweg (editor), Inspirations of sports law, Duncker & Humblot, 2016, pp. 275-306
Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht (German academic antitrust law society)
Taylor Wessing advises Topp Holdings on the sale of German Runtime Group to Synergie Group
Taylor Wessing advises International Chemical Investors Group on acquisition of inprotec AG
The Digital Markets Act – how will it impact national competition authorities?
Marco Hartmann-Rüppel and Stefan Horn look at the interaction between the DMA and Member State competition law, and at the role of the national competition authorities.
作者 Dr. Marco Hartmann-Rüppel, Dipl.-Volkswirt 以及 Dr. Stefan Horn, LL.B.
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Dr. Marco Hartmann-Rüppel, Dipl.-Volkswirt
Dr. Michael Brüggemann
Dr. Melanie von Dewall
Stephan Manuel Nagel, LL.M. (EUI)
Martin Eckel, LL.M.