Jens Hackl

Jens Hackl


University of Greifswald (LL.B., 2005)
University of Greifswald (First State Exam, 2007)
University of Greifswald (Dr. iur., 2009)
Appellate Court of Berlin (Second State Exam, 2012)

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Dr. Jens Hackl is a senior associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Berlin office. He advises clients in all areas of European and German competition law, including merger control filings, cartel authority investigations, distribution cartel law and antitrust compliance programs. Dr. Hackl has particular industry-specific experience in the areas of media, telecommunication, transport and aviation. In addition, he advises in the fields of unfair competition law, state aid law and public procurement law.

Dr. Hackl studied at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald. Afterwards, he worked as an academic assistant at the university and did his Ph.D. in competition law. During his internship (second state exam in law), Dr. Hackl worked for the Federal Ministry of the Interior and an international law firm in Berlin and Brussels.

Representative Matters

  • Advising a major international airline in a proceeding before the General Court regarding the access to the administrative file of a cartel investigation of the European Commission.
  • Advising a major international entity of the railway sector on issues regarding cartel damage claims.
  • Advising several entities of the broadband cable market and the media sector in competition matters (merger control; cartel litigation; abuse of dominance).

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