Florian von Schreitter sources, creates and delivers all sorts of competition law-related knowledge to the Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation (ACER) team at Hogan Lovells. Working in particular with ACER’s Germany- and Brussels-based lawyers, he strives to ensure timely, tailored and cost-efficient legal advice to all clients. Having previously worked as a senior associate in the Düsseldorf and Brussels offices of a large German firm as well as the London office of a British Magic Circle firm, Florian has extensive competition and antitrust law experience, advising on behavioral and transactional matters in a variety of sectors. Florian has counselled clients on complex multinational mergers (including in-depth reviews), competition litigation and compliance with the competition rules in respect of a wide range of commercial arrangements. He has represented both national and international clients in relation to cartel procedures and other investigations before the European Commission and the German Federal Cartel Office and was recognized as a future leader in the field. He is also an active contributor to academia, having authored numerous publications in the competition and antitrust field, in particular on the imposition of cartel fines and competition law compliance as well as merger control.