Tobias Beck

Tobias Beck LL.M.

Baker McKenzie Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH von Rechtsanwälten und Steuerberatern


Tobias Beck is an associate in the Corporate/M&A Practice Group of Baker McKenzie's Munich office. He joined the firm already in 2020 as a law clerk. Tobias gained further experience in the areas of corporate law, restructuring and litigation as a trainee lawyer in the legal department of a major German car manufacturer. In 2023, Tobias spent several months of his legal traineeship in Baker McKenzie's Sydney office. Also in Australia, Tobias completed an LL.M. program in 2018.

Practice Focus

Tobias advises international and domestic clients on a wide range of corporate matters. He focuses his practice on transactional corporate law, such as domestic and cross-border M&A, joint ventures, private equity and venture capital as well as corporate structures and reorganizations. Furthermore, Tobias advises globally-acting clients on issues relating to the Money Laundering Act, in particular regarding the identification, documentation and filing of their beneficial owners.


  • Germany (2023)


  • Higher Regional Court of Munich (Second State Exam) (2023)
  • University of Bayreuth (First State Exam) (2020)
  • La Trobe University (LL.M.) (2018)


  • English
  • German

Previous Offices

  • Sydney
  • Co-author (with Stefanie Tesch and Robin Haas), "Transparency Register - Discrepancy Report", Baker McKenzie Client Alert, 13 February 2024
  • Co-author (with Stefanie Tuma and Robin Haas), "New FAQs of the German Federal Office of Administration - Extensive Transparency Register Obligations for Foreign Associations with Direct or Indirect Real Estate Ownership", Baker McKenzie Client Alert, 22 May 2023
  • Co-author (with Stefanie Tuma and Robin Haas), "Draft law on the reorganization of the German transparency register (E-TraFinG Gw)", Baker McKenzie Client Alert, 22 April 2021
  • Co-author, "Personelle Einzelmaßnahmen und das Verfahren der Beteiligung des Betriebsrats", NJW 2020, p. 2439 ff.
  • Author, "Die grundrechtlichen Grenzen des Schutzes der finanziellen Interessen der EU", NJOZ 2019, p. 1617 ff.