Natalie Hartmann specializes in food law, where she supports international and national clients in the context of general advice on all issues that may arise in the chain from the production to the placing on the market of food. These are in particular questions of marketability, innovative product developments, labeling and advertising of food, as well as problems relating to differentiation from other product groups. She has particular expertise in the law relating to milk and cheese products as well as in the labeling of tea, food supplements and organic products. She supports clients in judicial and extrajudicial disputes with competitors or authorities as well as in criminal proceedings.
In addition, her activities also include advice on product labeling, advertising and regulatory issues in the law of animal feed, contact materials and cosmetic products.
She completed her legal training at the Friedrich Wilhelms University in Bonn, at the Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio in Madrid and at the Ruhr University in Bochum. She spent part of her legal clerkship at the German embassy in Santiago de Chile. Natalie Hartmann advises in German, English and Spanish.