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Dr. Jens Peter Schmidt

Dr. Jens Peter Schmidt

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Clients report that Jens Peter Schmidt is "very business-minded, very pragmatic in his advice, responsive and really good to work with."

Chambers Global 2019

Jens Peter Schmidt is a partner in the Brussels and Düsseldorf offices of Mayer Brown's Antitrust & Competition practice. He co-leads the European Antitrust & Competition team and is partner-in-charge of the Brussels office.

A focus of his counseling concerns merger control risk analyses and complex merger control notifications. He has gained considerable experience in responsibly handling second phase (in-depth) investigations before the European Commission and the German Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt). He regularly coordinates multi-jurisdictional merger filings.

Jens Peter also represents clients in cartel case investigations, structures compliance programs, and provides assessments of vertical and horizontal arrangements, including information exchanges and he advises on state aid issues.

IFLR 2019 Guide to the World's Leading Financial Law Firms ranks Jens Peter as a "highly regarded lawyer for EU Competition." Who is Who Legal 2019 lists him as as "being among the world’s leading experts in competition law". Chambers Global 2019, Chambers Europe 2018, and Legal500 2018 recommend Jens Peter Schmidt. Chambers Global 2017 noted that that one client describes him as "very user-friendly" and said he "made things much easier for us by highlighting what we needed to focus on." Chambers Global 2014 says Jens Peter Schmidt is "flexible, proactive and communicative, with an excellent European Commission network.” German directory JUVE 2018/2019 ranks him as "frequently recommended" expert and JUVE 2013/2014 states that he "belongs to the circle of well-established antitrust lawyers at EU level." Chambers Europe 2012 states that "clients note his responsiveness and strategic advice."

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