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Robert Henrici is a partner in the Frankfurt office. His practice focusses on regulatory disputes and investigations including white collar crime matters.

Mr. Henrici also advises on all aspects of civil litigation and arbitration, which encompasses capital markets, corporate and post-M&A disputes. He represents companies in a range of sectors, including financial services, technology, healthcare, and manufacturing.

Mr. Henrici is a certified specialist in bank and capital market law (Fachanwalt für Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht).

  • Advising and representing Deutsche Börse AG in a criminal Investigation against its former CEO for alleged insider trading.
  • Advising and representing Hewlett Packard in FCPA cases relating to its business in Russia and other countries.
  • Advising and representing a listed, internationally active furniture group in class action proceedings against former and current shareholders for alleged wrong/misleading capital markets Information.
  • Advising and representing several financial institutions in criminal prosecutions regarding alleged tax fraud in the context of securities trading over the dividend record date (cum/ex trading).
  • Advising and representing a leading financial institution in a large volume litigation against a Brazilian provider of sureties.
  • Advising and representing a large foreign bank against hundreds of investors for alleged misselling.
  • Best Lawyers in Germany, Dispute Resolution (2019)