Dr. Lisa Hamelmann has been working as an economist and legal project manager at Hausfeld in Düsseldorf since 2017. She specializes in project development and support of complex litigation, in particular extensive antitrust damages proceedings. Her focus is on economic issues as well as efficient case management, including the implementation of legal tech. She has strong economic expertise and focuses on efficient case handling of extensive proceedings, including the implementation of legal tech. Lisa regularly lectures at the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Lisa gained experience in antitrust issues as a research assistant at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics and completed her doctorate on the interface of antitrust law and economics in digital markets. She holds an LL.B. in Business Law and a Master in Intellectual Property Law (LL.M. Dresden/Exeter) and subsequently worked for an international business law firm in Düsseldorf and as a consultant for the United Nations in New York.
Dr. rer. pol., Düsseldorf
Not admitted to the German bar
Online platforms under scrutiny: Is the prohibition of HRS’ APPA-clause justified? (German Journal for Competition Law Vol. 13, 2015)
Competition and Antitrust in Internet Markets (The Ordo Yearbook of Economic and Social Order Vol. 67, 2016)
Report of the United Nations Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines – Promoting Innovation and Access to Health Technologies (2016)
UNDP Discussion Paper – Anti-Counterfeit Laws and Public Health: What to Look Out for (2014)
A Guidebook for Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Using Competition Law to Promote Access to Health Technologies (2014).