|•||Law degree, University of Bonn|
|•||LL.M., University of Northumbria|
|•||Law firm Kemmler Rapp Böhlke|
Bertrand Wägenbaur leads the firm’s ECJ litigation department. He is a leading EU litigator having pleaded more than 300 cases before the European Court of Justice. His practice includes European competition matters, internal market, tax harmonization, industrial property rights and anti-fraud, covering inter alia Free Trade Agreements, the ACP-EU Convention of Cotonou and the European Convention on Human Rights. He further regularly litigates before the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Geneva.
Prior to Alber & Geiger he was a partner of EU law firm Kemmler Rapp Böhlke in Brussels. Mr Waegenbaur is author of “The Statute and Rules of Procedure of the European Court of Justice”. He is author of numerous publications in legal journals and co-author of the EU competition law handbook Loewenheim/Meessen/Riesenkampff. He holds a law degree from the University of Bonn, Germany, along with a Master of European Law degree from the University of Northumbria, Newcastle.