Philipp Kratzer is an attorney in the field of public commercial and regulation law matters. He advises private and public clients on competition law (antitrust, state aid and procurement), and the European Union and German administrative on constitutional law (inter alia in areas, including data protection, financial supervision and resolution).

One focus of Mr. Kratzer's work is on regulatory issues at the European and national level, especially for the digital economy.

Prior to joining WilmerHale, Mr. Kratzer was a research assistant at the Chair of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, European Law, Law of New Technologies, and Legal History at EBS Law School, where he conducted research on the constitutional challenges of blockchain-based applications, such as cryptocurrencies, among other things.

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  • Education

    • Second State Exam, Frankfurt, 2021

    • MA, Business, EBS Business School, Oestrich-Winkel, 2017

    • First State Exam, Wiesbaden, 2016

    • LLB, EBS University of Economics and Law, Wiesbaden, 2014

  • Admissions

    • Frankfurt

  • Languages

    • German

    • English