Tobias Henn advises domestic and international companies on national and European antitrust, competition and merger control law as well as on civil commercial, distribution and corporate law. Mr. Henn also advises in complex litigation proceedings in these areas.

Mr. Henn is a member of the Association for the Study of Antitrust Law (Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht) and of the Frankfurt Forum of Antitrust Lawyers (Frankfurter Kartellrechtsforum). Mr. Henn also works closely with the international WilmerHale offices on numerous cross-border issues. Mr. Henn also has been seconded to several clients as interim counsel.


  • M&A and merger control law advice on the formation of a joint venture in the agricultural sector

  • Advice on the formation of a joint venture in the food retail industry including complex pre-formation corporate restructuring
  • Advice to an international oil field service company in major European merger control proceedings
  • Representation of an international air freight company and other companies (for example, in the consumer goods and nutrition sectors) in cartel damages proceedings
  • Advice in two “Phase 2” merger control filings at the German Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt) on the sale of high-profile trademark portfolios and assets in the food industry
  • Post M&A arbitration advice to a leading pharmaceutical company
  • Ongoing M&A advice to major international companies and corporations in, for instance, the life sciences, biotech and energy sectors
  • Ongoing distribution and commercial law advice and court representation of leading global manufacturers of consumer goods, medical devices and plant protection products


  • Recommended by Legal 500 Deutschland for antitrust law in 2023.

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  • Education

    • Second State Exam, Koblenz, 2012

    • First State Exam, Mainz, 2010

  • Admissions

    • Frankfurt

  • Languages

    • German

    • English



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