Jan Philipp Sparenberg, LL.M. (Exeter)

Jan Philipp Sparenberg, LL.M. (Exeter)

Associate
Dusseldorf

Email janphilipp.sparenberg@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 211 13 68 192

Fax +49 211 13 68 100

LanguagesEnglish, German

Practice groupGlobal Regulatory

Jan Philipp Sparenberg advises national and international companies on German and European competition law. He represents clients in merger control proceedings, cartel proceedings and abuse proceedings before the German Federal Cartel Office and the European Commission.  

Philipp focuses his advice on merger control proceedings and distribution antitrust law. In the field of merger control, Philipp has represented companies in complex proceedings before the German Federal Cartel Office and advised them in international merger control proceedings.

Philipp has, among other things, been involved in our pro bono project Debate It! and supports trainee lawyers as a mentor. He also gives lectures on antitrust law at the European Business School in Wiesbaden.

Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Philipp studied law at the University of Saarland and at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom where he received a Master of Laws in European Law (LL.M.). During his legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Saarland, he trained at the German Federal Cartel Office.

Education and admissions

Education

Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Saarland, 2017

First State Exam in Law, Saarland University, 2014

LL.M., University of Exeter, 2011

Memberships

Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht e.V.

Representative experience

Represented Thalia in the merger control proceedings before the Federal Cartel Office concerning the acquisition of Mayersche.

Represented Deutschen Sparkassenverlag in the merger control proceedings before the Federal Cartel Office concerning the formation of a Joint Venture.

Advised an international furniture manufacturer on the restructuring of its distribution system.

Represented an international investment company in the merger control proceedings before the Federal Cartel Office concerning the acquisition of an office tower in Frankfurt.

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