Guido Jansen studied law at the University of Cologne (Germany) and business administration at the University of Hagen (Germany). Whilst at university and during his legal training, he worked for five years as a research assistant at the Research Institute for Economic Constitution and Competition Law (FIW) in Cologne. From 2003 to 2007, Guido Jansen worked as a lawyer in the Energy and Antitrust Law Department at the Cologne office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He has been a Partner at Luther’s Dusseldorf office since January 2008.
Guido Jansen specialises in energy and antitrust law. In the area of energy law, he advises German and international utilities and network operators on all matters relating to the regulation of network access and network access fees, on unbundling provisions, and on how to draft contracts and represents them in abuse of dominance proceedings before regulatory authorities and in court. His activities pertaining to antitrust law include merger control proceedings, antitrust fine proceedings and abuse of dominance proceedings, as well as advising on joint ventures and on how to design distribution systems in compliance with antitrust law.