Miriam le Bell, LL.M.
Miriam le Bell specializes in German and EU competition law; her further areas of expertise include data protection law, IT law and public procurement law.
As a Counsel at Chatham, she advises companies, the public sector as well as shareholders and senior executives. She also draws on her many years of experience in litigation before German and EU authorities and courts as well as in compliance projects and transactions.
She regularly gives specialist lectures and publishes on various topics.
Miriam joined the Chatham team as a Counsel in 2019. She previously gained her professional experience in the Berlin and Hamburg offices of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, in the Hamburg office of Latham & Watkins LLP and also over several years in smaller law firms in Hamburg.
Miriam studied in Hamburg (law and journalism) and Amsterdam (LL.M.). She is a member of, among others, the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht e.V., an association of lawyers specialising in competition law, and davit, the working group for IT law in the German Lawyers Association (DAV).
Her publications include:
- Chapters on State aid law in Münchener Kommentar zum Wettbewerbsrecht (Munich Commentary on Competition Law), Volume 5: Beihilfenrecht (State Aid Law), 4th edition 2022, on state aid in the maritime transport and aid for maritime ports
- Kartellrechtliche Compliance in: Compliance kompakt – Best Practice im Compliance-Management, Erich Schmidt Verlag 2018, S. 83-97
- Zivilprozessuale Durchsetzung kartellrechtlicher Ansprüche in: Kartellrecht und Fusionskontrolle, Euroforum Verlag 2010, Bd. 10
- Die Reform des Zivilprozesses in Kartellsachen (gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Lübbig), WRP 2006, S- 1209-1216
Further information and references can be provided on request.