His extensive experience as a competition lawyer in handling the complex interface between legal, economic and political aspects of anti-trust and merger & acquisition cases has brought Julius a grateful following of top managers from corporations whose problems he helped to solve.
Julius Waller has enjoyed also working on developing the regulatory architecture for high technology sectors, be it telecommunications, chemistry or computing technologies. In line with EPPA’s approach of serving the public and the private interest simultaneously by intertwining them in a constructive dialogue, his sector knowledge made him an equally trusted advisor to public authorities, and some of his work, for example on socio-economic studies in the context of regulatory implementations, has become the accepted standard for the industry sector concerned.
Julius Waller’s expertise allows him to guide clients through the complex interplay between the EU institutions and Member States’ governments, complicated ‘comitology’ procedures and a myriad of committees, made up of national and EU officials, which implement regulations.
He achieved a place even in Euro history, by intervening on behalf of the vendor machine business in redesigning €0.20 cent and €0.50 cent coins and ensuring that also blind people could safely distinguish between them.