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Isabelle Innerhofer

counsel, Dr., LL.M. (McGeorge)

Isabelle Innerhofer is a counsel in the firm's EU and Competition team and has more than 10 years of experience in advising Austrian and international clients from a large number of industries on all questions of Austrian and EU competition law.

She focuses on

  • private enforcement
  • Austrian and EU merger control
  • compliance and investigations
  • eDiscovery audits

Isabelle is listed and recommended in GCR 100 in the field of Competition Law as one of the elite lawyers in Austria.

She began her career as a  trainee lawyer with Dechert LLP in Paris and Schönherr in Vienna and joined Binder Grösswang in 2005.

Isabelle studied law in Vienna (master degree in 1998) and at the Université Paris X (Nanterre). She received her PhD from the University of Salzburg (Dr. iur.) in 2004 and obtained a postgraduate degree (LL.M.) from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento in 2003. She is admitted as a lawyer in Vienna since 2007 as well as attorney at law in New York since 2004.

Isabelle regularly publishes in the Austrian Journal of Antitrust Law (ÖZK). She is a member of the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht and the IBA.

  • Advising clients in damages proceedings for violations of Austrian and EU competition law
  • Advising clients in numerous merger proceedings in Austria as well as advising clients in regard to such proceedings before other national competition authorities including the European Commission
  • Advising and representing clients in competition law leniency proceedings
  • Advising in competition law proceedings
  • Advising clients on competition law matters, inter alia, in regard to the following areas: food, steel, transport, construction material, consumer goods, energy, logistics, gambling, insurance et al.
  • Representing clients in competition law proceedings regarding the abuse of a dominant position
  • Advising clients on competition law matters in the fields of banking and finance, e.g. concerning payment cards, mergers and cooperation agreements in the banking sector
  • Compliance training, eDiscovery audits

Isabelle Innerhofer is a counsel in the firm's EU and Competition team and has more than 10 years of experience in advising Austrian and international clients from a large number of industries on all questions of Austrian and EU competition law.

She focuses on

  • private enforcement
  • Austrian and EU merger control
  • compliance and investigations
  • eDiscovery audits

Isabelle is listed and recommended in GCR 100 in the field of Competition Law as one of the elite lawyers in Austria.

She began her career as a  trainee lawyer with Dechert LLP in Paris and Schönherr in Vienna and joined Binder Grösswang in 2005.

Isabelle studied law in Vienna (master degree in 1998) and at the Université Paris X (Nanterre). She received her PhD from the University of Salzburg (Dr. iur.) in 2004 and obtained a postgraduate degree (LL.M.) from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento in 2003. She is admitted as a lawyer in Vienna since 2007 as well as attorney at law in New York since 2004.

Isabelle regularly publishes in the Austrian Journal of Antitrust Law (ÖZK). She is a member of the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht and the IBA.

  • Advising clients in damages proceedings for violations of Austrian and EU competition law
  • Advising clients in numerous merger proceedings in Austria as well as advising clients in regard to such proceedings before other national competition authorities including the European Commission
  • Advising and representing clients in competition law leniency proceedings
  • Advising in competition law proceedings
  • Advising clients on competition law matters, inter alia, in regard to the following areas: food, steel, transport, construction material, consumer goods, energy, logistics, gambling, insurance et al.
  • Representing clients in competition law proceedings regarding the abuse of a dominant position
  • Advising clients on competition law matters in the fields of banking and finance, e.g. concerning payment cards, mergers and cooperation agreements in the banking sector
  • Compliance training, eDiscovery audits
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