Andreas Reindl focuses on European competition law. In particular, he has significant experience advising clients in the energy, transport, pharmaceutical, high-tech and other sectors on the full range of EU competition law issues.
He has worked on high profile merger investigations initiated by the European Commission and national competition authorities, including the German Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt).
Andreas has represented several clients in abuse of dominance investigations. He also advises companies holding a dominant market position on how to avoid abusive behaviour (such as through pricing and rebate policies).
Andreas has broad experience advising clients on online distribution, licensing, and other collaboration agreements. He also prepares compliance programmes and assists companies with their implementation.
Andreas previously served as Director of the Fordham Competition Law Institute at Fordham Law School, New York, and as a Principal Administrator at the OECD's Competition Division. Prior to joining the OECD, Andreas worked for several years for a major international law firm in Brussels and Washington, DC.
German, English, Swedish, French
- University of Vienna, Doctorate in Law, summa cum laude, 1993
- University of Michigan, LL.M., 1989
- University of Vienna, Master of Laws, 1987
Andreas has published widely in the areas of antitrust law and intellectual property law.
Andreas has taught U.S. antitrust law, European competition law, intellectual property law and EU law at the University of Michigan Law School, and at Fordham Law School, New York, as well as in Europe.
Andreas is a member of the American Bar Association, where he serves as a Senior Editor of the Antitrust Law Journal.