Dr. Silke Möller is a partner at GLADE MICHEL WIRTZ, a German law firm specialising exclusively in competition and corporate work. She advises German and international clients on matters relating to German and European antitrust law.
Examples of recent experience include:
Defence of companies and individuals in various cartel proceedings before the European Commission, the German Federal Cartel Office, or in relation to multiple leniency filings (including the cases "retail food packaging", "personal hygiene products", "meat and sausages", "confectionery" and "mills")
Development, structuring and implementation of compliance networks and compliance programmes for various clients including a global steel distribution group, a large German exhibition corporation, a major European group active in concessions and the public works sector, or renowned manufacturers of branded goods from the food and consumer goods industry
Representation of various companies in national and international merger control proceedings (incl. IK Invest, Intermediate Capital Group, MPC, Klingel, Seaco, or CDP Bharat Forge)
Structuring co-operations and drafting co-operation agreements in the areas of R&D, joint purchasing or distribution.
Silke Möller studied law at the universities of Münster and Barcelona. She completed her Master studies at King's College London with an LL.M. in Commercial and Corporate Law and was awarded a doctorate from the University of Bonn. During the research for her doctoral thesis on the notion of consumer welfare in European and American Antitrust law, she spent some time as a scholar-in-residence at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. After her admission to bar she worked as a foreign associate with the antitrust law team in the Brussels' office of a leading US law firm.
Dr Möller publishes on a regular basis and gives lectures on competition law and compliance related topics.
She is a member of the Düsseldorf bar, the German Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht, the Antitrust Division of the International Bar Association, the Competition Law Scholars Forum (ClaSF) and the German-American Lawyers' Association.