Legal 500 Competition and Public Law

“Outstandingly skilled lawyer ”

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“A strong competition lawyer, One of the best in the competition market in Switzerland ”

   

Frank Bremer is a Counsel in our Competition and Antitrust Group and in our Information and Communication Technology Group in Zurich. He has represented clients in complex antitrust investigations and merger notifications in a variety of areas such as construction tendering, sports broadcasting rights, postal services and aircraft manufacturing.

Experience

  • Cartel Investigations, Leniency, Settlements, Dawn Raids
  • Swiss and Multinational Merger Control Procedures
  • Swiss Internal Market Freedoms and State Aid
  • Administrative Law and Procedural Rights
  • Energy, Telecoms and Postal Regulation
  • Acquisition and Marketing of Sports Broadcasting Rights
  • Supply and Distribution Contracts
  • Business Secrets and Data Protection
  • Compliance and Internal Investigations

Career

Professional Experience
2019
Counsel at Schellenberg Wittmer
2017
Secondee at an Irish business law firm
2013
Associate at a Swiss business law firm
2008
Vice-Director and Research Associate at the Institute of European and International Business Law, EUR-HSG, University of St. Gallen
Education and Admission
2016
Bar Admission in Switzerland
2015
Dr. iur. HSG, University of St. Gallen (summa cum laude)
2013
Bar Admission in Germany and registered in Switzerland (Art 28 BGFA)
2007
Second State Exam in Germany
2005
LL.M. in International Law, University of Liverpool
Additional Professional Activities
  • Lecturer at the University of St. Gallen
  • Member of the Zurich, Swiss and Munich Bar Associations
  • Member of Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht e.V.
  • Member of ASAS (Swiss association of competition law)
  • Member of AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers)
 

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