Julian Dompke

Associate | Competition | Lawyer since 2017

Phone: +49 211 20052-170
Fax: +49 211 20052-100
Email: j.dompke(at)glademichelwirtz.com

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Short Profile

Julian Dompke is an associate at GLADE MICHEL WIRTZ in the COMPETITION practice. He advises German and international clients on issues relating to German and European antitrust law. His areas of expertise include the advise in antitrust law related to distribution, in merger control proceedings and litigation, including defense and assertion of claims for damages in cartel proceedings.

Following his law studies at the University of Bonn, which were funded by the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes), Julian Dompke worked as a research assistant in antitrust law at the University. He also worked on different founding ventures. Currently, Julian Dompke finishes his dissertation in the field of antitrust and corporate law that was also funded by the German National Academic Foundation. He is fluent in German (native) and English.

Julian Dompke is a coffee enthusiast, loves music and spends his free time running and biking.


  • Advising – among others – a large company in the drugstore sector, a national food manufacturer as well as an internationally active steel manufacturer in distribution antitrust issues
  • Advising various companies in structuring online trading platforms compatible with antitrust law
  • Advising in negotiations and implementations of cooperations between competitors
  • Litigation for a national company in the wind energy sector
  • Advice regarding mergers in the sanitary sector


  • Dompke/Schulz, Grundzüge des Kartellrechts - Teil 2: Missbrauchsverbot und Zusammenschlusskontrolle, JURA 2015, p 951 et seq.
  • Dompke/Schulz, Grundzüge des Kartellrechts - Teil 1: Kartellverbot und Verfahren, JURA 2015, p 822 et seq.
  • Dompke/Spiller, Der gutgläubige Erwerb von GmbH-Geschäftsanteilen kraft Inhalts der Gesellschafterliste gemäß § 16 Abs. 3 GmbHG – ein Überblick, Bonner Rechtsjournal 2009, p 125 et seq.