Hogan Lovells (Munich)

Hubertus Weber

Hogan Lovells (Munich)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Hubertus Weber advises on all aspects of German and European competition law. Hubertus represents clients before the Federal Cartel Office, the European Commission and the German courts. He focuses on complex cartel investigations (incl. dawn raids), cross-border internal investigations (incl. e-discoveries) and multi-jurisdictional cartel damage litigation. He also regularly advises on merger investigations. Prior to joining the firm, Hubertus was a scholarship holder at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich. He trained with international law firms (Munich, London) and the Directorate-General for Competition of the European Commission (Brussels).

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Christian Ritz, Hubertus Weber The EU Commissioner for Competition Vestager announces increased focus on atypical cartels, including wage fixing or no-poach agreements in the labour market


Antitrust authorities are increasingly focused on anticompetitive agreements in the labour markets. In a recent speech held in Rome on 22 October 2021 ("A New Era of Cartel Enforcement"), EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager emphasised that the Commission will further and further (...)

Christian Ritz, Hubertus Weber The German Parliament enters into force its 10th amendment to the act against restraints of competition bringing significant adjustments regarding advancing digitalization, changes in merger control, as well as data access claims


On January 19, 2021, the amendment of the German Act against Restraints of Competition ("ARC") has entered into force. In addition to the significant adjustments to the ARC regarding advancing digitalization, changes in merger control as well as data access claims, to pick out just a few of the (...)

Christian Ritz, Hubertus Weber The EU Court of Justice clarifies that infringements end when it is no longer possible to restrict competition regarding bid-rigging (Kilpailu- ja kuluttajavirasto)


On 14 January 2021 the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) delivered its ruling on national reference in Kilpailu- ja kuluttajavirasto , a key judgment on the legal end-point of single and continuous infringements in general and bid-rigging cartels in particular. In previous (...)

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