Anne Haas

  • Die Welle
  • Reuterweg 20
  • 60323 Frankfurt am Main
  • Germany
Profile Experience

Anne Haas is an associate in the Frankfurt office and a member of the firm’s Global Antitrust & Competition Practice. She advises clients on all areas of EU and German antitrust and competition law, including:

  • Merger control in Germany, the EU, and globally
  • Cartel and abuse of dominance investigations, compliance programs, and audits
  • Antitrust damage claims, both defendant and claimant side
  • Vertical antitrust law

Prior to joining Latham & Watkins as an associate, she worked in the Antitrust & Competition Practice and Litigation & Trial Department at Latham in Frankfurt and San Francisco, first as a research assistant and later as a trainee.

She co-authored the cartel damages handbook Kartellrechtliche Schadensersatzklagen.

Ms. Haas’ experience includes advising:

  • Hyundai and KIA on the investment in IONITY, a joint venture established by BMW, Daimler, VW with Porsche and Ford to set-up and operate a pan-European High-Power-Charging network for electric vehicles
  • Triton on a number of intended and completed transactions including on the acquisitions of the IFCO (together with Abu Dhabi Investment Authority), Royal Reesink, and the All4Labels Groups as well as on the sales of COBEX to Tokai Carbon, and of Aventics to Emerson
  • Hg on the acquisition of Transporeon Group and P&I, as well as on the sale of Teufel Group
  • Permira on its investment in the FlixMobility Group
  • Ardian on the sale of Competence Call Center Group (CCC) to TELUS International, as well as on the acquisition of the Swissbit Group
  • Gerflor on the acquisition of DLW's insolvent linoleum flooring business
  • A company from the steel industry in antitrust proceedings before the German Federal Cartel Office, including preparing several legal opinions in connection with a proposed settlement and accompanying settlement discussions with the German Federal Cartel Office
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