Till Schreiber is managing director of CDC Cartel Damage Claims (CDC) in Brussels and Luxembourg. In this role he is responsible for the analysis, preparation, management, funding and settlement of some of the largest antitrust damage actions in Europe.
CDC was established in 2002 with the purpose of offering victims of illegal cartels an effective method of obtaining compensation. Having launched several cases with claims totalling significantly more than €1 billion, CDC is the frontrunner of private antitrust enforcement in Europe. CDC combines specific expertise in economics, civil and competition law, and IT in order to provide victims of cartels with innovative and robust solutions in assessing and claiming compensation.
Till has spoken at numerous conferences and has published widely on the innovative approach of CDC as well as general developments in the field of private antitrust enforcement.
Till studied law at the universities of Bonn, Cologne, Barcelona and London (University College) and published a doctoral thesis on international competition law. Prior to joining CDC he worked as competition lawyer in a leading international law firm in Brussels, Cologne and Madrid.