Christoph von Laufenberg

  • Maximilianstrasse 13
  • 80539 Munich
  • Germany

Dr. Christoph P. von Laufenberg is an associate in the Munich office of Latham & Watkins. He practices in the Litigation & Trial Department and is a member of the firm’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice.

Mr. von Laufenberg advises clients on national and international arbitration proceedings and litigation before German courts. He represents national and international companies, as well as private individuals.

Furthermore, Mr. von Laufenberg assists companies on various compliance related issues and conducts internal reviews. He regularly authors articles regarding antitrust, internal investigations and compliance, most recently “Lektionen aus dem Houston Astros-Fall der Major League Baseball für die Unternehmenskultur” (CCZ Corporate Compliance Zeitschrift May 2020).

Prior to joining Latham as an associate, Mr. von Laufenberg worked as a research assistant at the University of Passau and as a visiting researcher at the University of Oxford. He received his doctorate with a thesis on “Antitrust Group Liability”. Before and during his legal clerkship, he worked long-term in renowned international law firms in the field of antitrust law and corporate governance.

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