Thomas HöppnerPartner at Hausfeld
Thomas Höppner is a Partner at Hausfeld in Berlin, specialising in EU and German competition law.
Thomas has particular expertise in technology, media and network industries where he regularly advises clients in complex proceedings and litigations at the interface of competition law, sector-specific regulation, data protection and intellectual property law. Recent cases include representing several complainants in investigations relating to Google at European and national levels, private enforcement of competition law claims for injunctive relief and for damages vis-á-vis digital gatekeepers as well as advising on regulatory reforms in the area of online platforms.
Having studied in Berlin, Glasgow and Dundee, Thomas holds a Ph.D and an LL.M in competition law. He is a professor of business law and intellectual property law at the Wildau Technical University of Applied Sciences and was a Visiting Professor for telecoms law at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
Thomas has been recommended as a leading antitrust lawyer by Who's Who Legal, Juve, Best Lawyers and Legal 500, noting his “great expertise in the area of digital economy” and considering him as a “valued strategic adviser”.