Dr. Christoph Naendrup studied law at the Universities of Bonn and Strasbourg (France). After his first state examination, he graduated from Sydney Law School, Sydney University (Australia). He spent two years as a research assistant at the Institute for Commercial and Business Law at the University of Bonn (Chair of Prof. Dr. Daniel Zimmer, LL. M.), where he completed his doctoral thesis. Dr. Christoph Naendrup spent his legal clerkship in Bonn, Cologne and Paris.
Dr. Christoph Naendrup's legal practice at CBH focuses on advising companies in German and European antitrust law, commercial and distribution law as well as general corporate law. He advises on antitrust law on all matters relating to horizontal agreements (including representation / defence vis-à-vis the German Federal Cartel Office), on cooperation between competitors (e. g. purchasing consortia, advertising consortia, etc.), on merger and merger control and also on all questions of distribution antitrust law (exclusive bindings, restrictions on online distribution, exclusive and selective distribution, non-compete obligations, etc.).
In addition, Dr. Naendrup advises in the drafting of distribution agreements and disputes arising from distribution agreements, both nationally and internationally, and asserts your interests effectively and with a focus on your economic interests. Dr. Naendrup also regularly represents his clients before courts and arbitration tribunals, for example in disputes arising from company or distribution agreements.
Dr. Christoph Naendrup lectures regularly on antitrust issues, also as a lecturer in antitrust law at the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Cologne (2011-2015).