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Konstantin Ebinger has more than 10 years of consulting experience in competition and antitrust matters in Europe and the United States.

Mr. Ebinger has advised on competition issues in a large number of cases before the European Commission and national competition authorities. In particular, he has significant experience in quantifying price and quantity effects for cartel damage litigation, having assisted both plaintiffs and defendants on high profile pan-European cases. Further, Mr. Ebinger has advised on merger and abuse cases in a number of different industries including fast-moving consumer goods, chemicals and minerals, specialized medical devices, manufacturing, car sharing, as well as telecommunications.

Prior to joining The Brattle Group, he opened and served as head of the competition practice of a leading economic consultancy in Munich. Mr. Ebinger has obtained prior practical experience at firms in London, Berlin, and Washington, D.C.

Representative Engagements
Fixed Cable Networks and Services

Mr. Ebinger, before joining Brattle, advised Liberty Global in their acquisition of Ziggo, both mainly active in the provision of fixed cable networks and services to customers, with non-overlapping networks in the Netherlands. The European Commission approved the merger subject to conditions, a decision overturned by the General Court, but later reconfirmed after further review by the Commission. In a similar line of work, Konstantin advised Unity Media in its acquisition of KabelBW, notified to the Federal Cartel Office of Germany (Bundeskartellamt). The transaction was ultimately approved.

Follow-on Damage Cases Resulting from Cartel Infringement Decisions

Throughout his career, Mr. Ebinger has advised a large number of clients in follow-on damage cases resulting from cartel infringement decisions by the European Commission or national competition authorities, particularly in German courts, but also in the national courts of other Member States. He advised Deutsche Bahn in their damage claims resulting from the railway tracks cartel in Germany. He further advised clients in the automotive industry in a number of cases (automotive glass, acoustic insulation, ball bearings, parking heaters, trucks), and has obtained further diverse sector experience through a multitude of damage cases in other industries (cement, chocolate, coffee, detergents, elevators and escalators, sugar, woodchip boards, amongst others).

Die steigende Bedeutung des Pass-On bei Schadensersatzforderungen aus Kartellfällen
October 2015
Konstantin Ebinger and Roman Fischer
Published in Kölner Schrift zum Wirtschaftsrecht - Volume 6, Issue 4
News & Events
February 26, 2019
Pinar Bagci and Konstantin Ebinger to Speak at Private Enforcement of Competition Law Conference

Brattle Principals Pinar Bagci and Konstantin Ebinger will speak at the KNect365 Private Enforcement of Competition Law Conference, to be held February 26 in Brussels, Belgium.

November 17, 2017
Konstantin Ebinger to Speak at GCR Live in Düsseldorf

Konstantin Ebinger will speak at Global Competition Review's (GCR) 2nd Annual Düsseldorf on November 16, 2017 in Düsseldorf, Germany. This annual event brings together leading practitioners from across the country to discuss antitrust and competition matters.