Juliana advises international and national companies on all aspects of European Union and German competition law, and also has experience advising on EU internal market law issues. She has a particular sector focus on energy, digital markets, consumer goods, and automotive.
Juliana advises clients on all aspects of European Union and German competition law, with particular focus on distribution agreements, merger control, unilateral conduct, competition law compliance programmes and internal investigations. She also advises clients on EU internal market law and regulation. Juliana also represents clients before the General Court of the European Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Juliana's experience includes advising:
- An oil and gas company on the competition and merger control aspects of a proposed joint venture to develop processes and design and engineer documentation for natural gas processing and liquefaction facilities
- Deutsche Lufthansa on merger control issues in the sale of the European Business of LSG Group to airline caterer gategroup
- AbbVie on its US$63 billion acquisition of Allergan, one of the largest M&A deals announced worldwide in 2019, with clearance subject to commitments negotiated with the European Commission
- Sky on the review of worldwide merger filing requirements in connection with its acquisition of shares in Synamedia
Juliana studied law at Humboldt University Berlin and completed a master at Université Paris II Panthéon Assas (Maîtrise 1). She also obtained a Master of Law (LL.M.) with special focus on competition law at King's College London.