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Kramer Levin names a new partner in its Paris office: Marco Plankensteiner in competition law. “We believe that, more than ever, businesses and institutions need to be able to rely on multi-disciplinary teams on an international scale. Strengthening our principal poles of activity is part of this perspective. Marco has actively developed the firm’s competition law practice and his promotion enables Kramer Levin to respond to the growing needs of clients for strategic advice in this domain,” explains Alexander Marquardt, managing partner of the firm’s Paris office. Harnessing internal potential. Internal growth has always been a part of Kramer Levin’s development strategy. Marco Plankensteiner, 34 years old, holds an LL.M in International Law from the University of Paris II and graduated from the Catholic University of Milan. His practice focuses on competition law. Admitted in Paris and Milan, he speaks Italian, English and German fluently, and has practiced with Kramer Levin since his arrival in France in 2001. “Faced with the complexity and constant evolution of competition law and the important financial stakes that it represents for businesses, companies seek advice of experts capable of evaluating and anticipating the legal risks and providing innovative and pragmatic solutions, as well as representing them before competition authorities and the courts,” summarizes Marco Plankensteiner. “It is essential that the firm be able to effectively represent its clients in this area.”