Tamara Rudinac is an antitrust associate. She advises national and international companies on German and European antitrust and merger control law with a focus on civil antitrust litigation.

Another area of Ms. Rudinac's practice is the field of public commercial and regulation law matters. She particularly advises private and public clients on German and European Union administrative and constitutional law. In addition, Ms. Rudinac also advises in the area of public policy on issues with political or other public aspects.

Ms. Rudinac joined WilmerHale in 2021. Prior to that, she received her LL.M. at the University of Miami School of Law and completed her legal clerkship inter alia at the German Foreign Office, at the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection and at a major national law firm.

Ms. Rudinac is a member of the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht (Antitrust Law Society Germany).


Experience

  • Advising and representing German sweets manufacturer Katjes Fassin and other sweets manufacturers in litigation proceedings before the Mannheim District Court concerning significant claims for damages from the “Sugar Cartel”.

  • Advising and representing Deutsche Bahn in litigation proceedings before the Frankfurt District Court concerning claims for several hundred million Euros in damages from the “Rail Cartel”.

  • Advising and representing Deutsche Telekom before the Düsseldorf Court of Appeals in litigation proceedings concerning the prohibition by the German Federal Cartel Office of a joint venture with the German utility and telecoms company EWE AG regarding the roll-out of a fiber telecommunications network across Northwest Germany.

Credentials

  • Education

    • Second State Exam, Berlin, 2021

    • LLM, University of Miami School of Law, 2018

    • First State Exam, Berlin, 2018

  • Admissions

    • Berlin

  • Languages

    • German

    • English

    • French

    • Croatian

    • Serbian

Credentials