Jonas Zenger’s practice focuses on EU and UK competition law.

Jonas’ experience includes abuse of dominance, anticompetitive agreements, State aid, and merger control matters as well as private damages litigation. He has worked in a range of industries, including life sciences, technology/digital, financial services, and consumer goods. He has written on sustainability and alternative policy objectives in competition law.

Prior to joining the firm in 2022, Jonas trained at a major international law firm for two years in London and Paris.



Court of Appeal upholds extraterritorial information-gathering powers,” co-author, Cleary Antitrust Watch blog, January 22, 2024

Competition Appeal Tribunal Sets Aside CMA’s First Antitrust Fine for Most Favoured Nation Clauses in its Compare the Market Decision,” co-author, Cleary Antitrust Watch blog, August 12, 2022 

Unfair Play: UK CMA Fines Pharmaceutical Companies for Excessive Prices,” co-author, Cleary Antitrust Watch blog, August 1, 2022

“Public interest considerations in merger control: the case of biodiversity,” European Competition Law Review,2018, 39(7), 336-340.