With Schultze & Braun since 2008.
Business sector: International Business Recovery / Cross-Border Restructuring and Insolvencies.
Specialising in: cross-border business recovery schemes and advising debtors and creditors
in crisis and insolvency, cross-border litigation in France.
Before joining Schultze & Braun, working with leading French law firms in the areas of international corporate and insolvency law. The previous scope of work also included European law, competition law and general corporate law.
In 2001, qualified as an Attorney at Law in Germany.
In 2005, admitted to the Bar of Strasbourg/France as Avocat (Attorney at Law in France).
In 2009, qualified as Spécialiste en Droit des relations internationales (Certified Specialist in International Law in France).
Since 2011, board member of the bar association Strasbourg/France.
Since 2013, vice president of the German Lawyers' Association (DAV) Strasbourg/France.
Studies in political science, Institut d’Etudes Politiques – University of Bordeaux/France.
Studies in law, Universities of Saarbrücken and Freiburg.
Studies in English and European Law, University of Exeter/UK, 1995/95.
Master of Laws (European Community law), University of Strasbourg/France, 1998/99,
Legal internships at the County Court of Freiburg, in Paris (International law firm
Vogel & Vogel) and in Bonn (Federal Competition Authority).
Co-author of Braun (publ.), Insolvency and Restructuring in Germany – Yearbook 2015, Frankfurt.
Co-author of Morri/Mazza (publ.), Property Finance – An International Approach; Country Report: France, Wiley Finance Series 2015.
Co-author of Braun (publ.), Insolvenzrecht und Unternehmenssanierung - Jahrbuch 2015, Frankfurt 2014.
Co-author of Braun (publ.), Kommentar zur Insolvenzordnung (Commentary on the Insolvency Law), §§ 343-353, 6th edition, Munich 2014.
Co-author of Braun (publ.), Insolvenzrecht und Unternehmenssanierung - Jahrbuch 2013, Frankfurt 2012.
Co-author of Braun (publ.), Insolvabilité et restructuration en Allemagne - Annuaire since 2009, Frankfurt.
Regular essais in the context of French, German and European insolvency law.