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Carolin Stadtaus

Associate
Munich

Carolin Stadtaus
Languages
English, German
Practice Group
Litigation

Clients praise Carolin for her passion and dedication in resolving their disputes. She will handle your representation in negotiations, mediation and litigation in a variety of commercial conflicts – antitrust damage proceedings and supply-chain disputes being at the core of her practice. Carolin also brings an in-depth understanding of the automotive industry and the technology sector to the table.

Handling antitrust damage cases Carolin has spent considerable time in our London Competition Litigation Team where she advised on the coordination of a large cross-boarder follow-on litigation.

Carolin has been with Hogan Lovells from the get go of her legal career: She first joined our Munich Litigation & Arbitration team during early days of her law studies in 2008, has remained with Hogan Lovells ever since and has also worked in our London International Arbitration Team.

Carolin has a strong academic background in international private and civil procedure law as well as alternative dispute resolution being a trained commercial mediator (MuCDR). Carolin studied law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and went on to complete her legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Munich. 

Carolin also brings her dedication to our Community Investment and Diversity Initiatives: she is a mentor in our Flagship program "Debate It!" where we teach young people public speaking skills. Carolin helps them develop critical thinking skills and deepen their knowledge of current affairs. She also organises Diversity events in our Munich office such as the successful "Women of Achievement" series.

Representative experience

Advising a leading international automotive supplier in a dispute with an international automotive-OEM relating to turbochargers.

Advising a major international automotive-OEM in a dispute over a collapsed alliance in an ICC arbitration with its seat in London.

Representing an international provider of IP telephony hard- and software the client in a multi-party dispute relating to a VoIP project.

Acting for Air Canada in antitrust damages proceedings in the Air Cargo cartel litigation.

Representing a leading online retailer in a post M&A dispute including damages for anticompetitive conduct.

Education and admissions

Education

  • Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Munich, 2014
  • First State Exam in Law, LMU Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), 2012

Memberships

  • German American Lawyers' Association (DAJV)
  • German Antitrust Lawyers' Association (Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht)
  • German Institution of Arbitration (DIS 40)
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