Julius Hasse
Julius Hasse, LL.M., Maître en droit
Solicitor (England and Wales, Ireland)
Senior Associate, Antitrust and Competition Law

Julius advises on all aspects of European and German competition law. He regularly represents clients in proceedings with national competition authorities as well as the European Commission. Julius has considerable experience in advising on competition law aspects of cross-border transactions and in helping clients with the coordination of parallel merger control proceedings across multiple jurisdictions. He also advises regularly on behavioural and compliance issues as well as cartel and dominance cases.

Julius is qualified as a solicitor (England and Wales, Ireland) and is also registered with the Berlin Bar.

Languages: German, English and French

References

  • Advising a global TV and broadband company, including on complex merger control proceedings in front of the European Commission
  • Advising a financial investor as well as an online booking platform on merger control aspects of the (re-)sale of a key business unit
  • Advising a leading producer of refractory products in merger control proceedings in front of the European Commission (Phase 1 with remedies; referral from national competition authorities) as well as other jurisdictions
  • Advising a fragrances and cosmetics manufacturer in merger control proceedings in front of the European Commission
  • Advising a leading producer of coffee products, including in extensive merger control proceedings in front of the European Commission (Phase 2 with remedies) as well as other jurisdictions

CV

Julius worked in the London office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer from 2011 to 2015, which also included a six-month secondment to Paris (2013). From 2015 to 2019, Julius worked as an associate in the competition practice of Freshfields Berlin, where he was involved in Brussels-based matters on a regular basis.

Julius studied law at King’s College London as well as Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. He subsequently obtained an LL.M (Competition) at King’s College London. Following his studies, Julius gained experience with the European Commission’s DG Competition (cartels unit) through a blue book internship.