Carsten Sauerwald is a lawyer in KLAKA's energy law practice. He is specialised in providing advice on energy law, anti-trust law, unfair competition law and contract and business law. He advises numerous power supply companies on all matters regarding energy law and the drafting of contracts.
German, English, Polish
Since its deregulation in 1998, the area of energy law, based on the guidelines of the European legislature, has been in a state of constant and rapid change.
We advise and represent our clients comprehensively on the disposal and evaluation of power grids, the legal implementation of the regulation of grid fees, questions relating to grid access, energy trading including the draft of legally sound procurement and delivery contracts which are legally sound and on the supply to end consumers. In addition, we provide advice on issues relating to connections, supply and distribution of regenerative energy.
The global market is characterised by free trade. The rules of this international economic exchange are expressed in unfair competition law. Comparative or misleading advertising, product imitation, the headhunting of personnel or price dumping may result in unfair competition proceedings. This affects all sectors, from the automotive industry to financial services, from retailers to the internet trade, or from the pharmaceuticals industry to the increasingly deregulated energy supply market.
|2006||Admission to the bar|
|2005||Employment in the legal department of Vattenfall Europe AG|
|2005||Participation in department VIII of the research services of the German Federal parliament|
|2003||Master of Laws in Dresden and Krakow (Poland)|
|1997 - 2002||Studies at the Humboldt University in Berlin|