Interdisciplinary thinking combined with legal expertise in public law and civil law – that’s what sets me apart. I am happy to advise you in the following practice areas:

Privacy Law

Respect for the privacy of others and the protection of personal data are basic requirements for successful business in the 21st century. I advise you on all legal issues relating to the use and protection of data:

  • Compliance with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Data-driven business models
  • Design of data processing chains and international data transfers
  • Advice on the design of websites and their use (privacy statements,
    use of cookies, etc.)
  • Service as External Data Protection Officer (DPO)
  • Online and In-house trainings

Administrative and Constitutional Law

I advise you in all areas of general and special administrative law and help you to protect your rights against the state and its authorities. My focus is on the protection of fundamental and human rights. I represent you through all instances of German administrative and constitutional jurisdiction – if necessary also before the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg.

  • Support and advice during administrative proceedings and complaints
  • Nationwide representation in administrative and constitutional
    proceedings before the administrative and constitutional courts and
    the Federal Constitutional Court
  • Examination of prospects of success and preparation of expert
    opinions on your legal question

Public Procurement Law

The economic volume of all public sector contracts awarded is increasing  year on year. I advise your company in all phases of the award procedure and help you to increase your chances of winning the contract by analyzing the award documents and by strategic communication with the awarding authority (bidder questions, reprimands, etc.).

Should it become necessary, I will represent your company in review proceedings before the Public Procurement Tribunals and Higher Regional Courts.

Business and Human Rights

Politics, society, investors and other stakeholders are increasingly demanding that companies comply with environmental and social standards (ESG criteria). In Germany, the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG) will come into force on January 1, 2023 for companies with 3,000 employees; from January 1, 2024, this threshold will drop to 1,000 employees. The law requires companies to comply with numerous human rights obligations. I advise your company on how to comply with the law and prepare your employees for the new requirements:

  • Analysis of supply chains and identification of human rights-related
  • Strategies to avoid environmental and human rights violations in the
    supply chain
  • Compliance with company-related obligations under the LkSG,

    • Supporting communication with stakeholders and civil society in
      production countries
    • Introduction of effective grievance mechanisms for affected
    • Research on production conditions “on site“, if necessary
  • Sustainable procurement

Commercial Law and Litigation

I support you in all matters of general business law such as company formations, financing, restructuring and shareholder disputes. If necessary, experienced experts from my network will be involved.

I represent you nationwide before all courts (with the exception of the Federal Supreme Court BGH) and – should this be necessary – before the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg.