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Cartel Law Moot Court 2017 - Winning Team Juridicum 1 (University of Vienna) | Best Speaker Michael Otti (University Graz)

The University of Vienna (Team Juridicum 1) wins the 3. Cartel Law Moot Court in Austria! Best speaker is Michael Otti (Team University Graz)

This year, the Cartel Law Moot Court was organized for the third time. It was organized again by the Austrian Federal Competition Authority together with the law firm DORDA and the European Law Students Association. Numerous students applied to participate in the competition.

The FCA would like to congratulate the best speaker Michael Otti (Team University Graz)

                         

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and the best team Juridicum 1 for the excellent performances!

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The Teams were coached by the following law firms:

  • Team Juridicum 1 (CHSH Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten)
  • Team Juridicum 2 (bpv Hügel Rechtsanwälte OG)
  • Team WU 1 (Haslinger | Nagele & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH)
  • Team WU 2 (Dr. Peter Thyri)
  • Team Graz (Eisenberger Herzog Rechtsanwalts GmbH)
  • Team Salzburg (Taylor Wessing)
  • Team Innsbruck (Binder Grösswang Rechtsanwälte GmbH)
  • Team Linz (Hintermayr&Partner Rechtsanwälte)

 

The Jury was formed by the following persons:

  • Stv. GSL Mag. Natalie Harsdorf LL.M. (BWB)
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Jaeger, LL.M. (University of Vienna) 
  • Dr. Heinrich Kühnert M.Jur. (Dorda)
  • Mag. Nikolaus Schaller (Cartel Court)

"I am very pleased that I have been invited to the Cartel Law Moot Court organized by the Austrian Federal Competition Authority. I have seen a lot of interest, passion and enthusiasm among the students," said Director General of the DG Competition Mr. Laitenberger, who gave the closing speech.

All students presented a deep understanding for cartel law and sensitivity for economic analysis. The underlying case concerned anti-competitive behaviour in the field of software development, more precisely in the field of apps for mobile games.

The jury based its decision on the students' ability to present a profound legal and fact analysis, techniques in argumentation and rhetoric, the time management in the oral hearing and team work.

The Cartel Law Moot Court will be held again in 2018.


Pressedatum:
17.05.2017 00:00