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Schoenherr has been present with a representative office in Brussels since late 1994, coinciding with Austria’s accession to the EU. Nowadays it is a fully-fledged office, which reflects the geographic reach of the firm in the CEE region and the growing importance of EU law and Competition law matters to the firm’s clients situated there. Schoenherr’s Brussels focuses on EU law & Competition law, offering advice on matters with CEE-impact. This includes EU and multijurisdictional merger control filings, cartel cases, state aid and competition compliance, but also regulatory related advice (e.g. in the field of energy). Schoenherr’s EU & Competition practice is widely recognized as a top tier practice and advises clients from across all industries throughout the firm’s comprehensive network in CEE.