Dr. Tobias Eggers

Lawyer | Partner
Specialist lawyer for criminal law

Lecturer at the University of Osnabrück (White Collar Crime)


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Tobias Eggers focusses on international cases of corruption, anti-trust law and capital market offences. He leads the Compliance department at PARK and has wide experience in advising multinational companies. He serves as an Ombudsman for several corporations. 

He is a Certified Lawyer for Criminal Law, teaches criminal law at Osnabrück University and is actively involved in the scientific discussion in his field. Tobias studied Law in Germany and Scotland. When admitted to the bar in 2007 he worked at one of the leading law firms in the Ruhr region. In 2011 he joined PARK and is one of the partners of the Firm.

Tobias is a member of the German Bar Association, the European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA), the American Bar Association (ABA), the Association of German Defence Lawyers and member of Wistev (Association on White Collar Criminal Law).

Who'sWhoLegal (Corporate Chapter, Business Crime Defense 2018/19) and Who'sWhoLegal Germany 2018  consider him one of the leading business crime defense lawyers and top of his field. JUVE calls him an increasingly "recommended lawyer" in his field ("highly experienced practitioner who quickly finds solutions for complex problems", "highly competent", "excellent strategist"). The German publication "Kanzleien in Deutschland" (Guide about important Law Firms in Germany): Tobias Eggers is "more and more present in the German market", “"widely recognised expert". He is recommended by leading corporate counsel in Germany (Kanzleimonitor).


The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms
Logo Empfohlen bei kanzleimonitor.de 2018-2019
The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Handelsblatt - Deutschlands beste Anwälte 2016
The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Awards 2011- Sieger Wirtschaftsstrafrecht