Julia von Eitzen Peretz
Julia is an associate at Hausfeld’s London office and focuses on international competition litigation. Her work involves cartel damages claims in the automotive industry, and she is currently acting for a group of international retailers in proceedings relating to multilateral interchange fees.
Julia is a German qualified lawyer, admitted to the Berlin Bar and trained at Hausfeld’s London and Berlin offices. Prior to joining Hausfeld in August 2018, she interned as a foreign qualified lawyer in Wilmer Hale’s London international arbitration practice, working on high-profile cross-border disputes under various sets of arbitration rules.
Prior to her qualification as a lawyer, Julia completed her doctorate at Humboldt University of Berlin with research studies in Washington DC and New York City. During her PhD, she worked at the German Federal Parliament, first in the Research Unit for Constitutional and European Law and subsequently for a Committee specifically tasked to investigate the failure of the German Governments, law enforcement and secret services in uncovering the existence and crimes of an active terrorist group. After the committee concluded its work, Julia joined the German Federal Ministry of Justice as a research associate for one year.