First as a corporate lawyer, then as a judge, and finally as a notary – Martin’s multi-faceted career reflects his diverse interests and excellent legal knowledge. Combined with his international experience, this makes him a sought-after adviser for global minded institutional and private wealth clients.
As a notary, he primarily advises on M&A and real estate transactions as well as family offices in the structuring of family corporate entities. Martin also has extensive knowledge in the hotel/leisure sector, which is frequently called upon by banks, investors and hotel operators. He routinely represents clients in court, a setting with which he is very familiar thanks to his position as a judge at the Frankfurt Regional Court. Martin regularly gives lectures and publishes articles on specialist topics.
|Since 2017||Partner and Notary – Official Residence Frankfurt a.M., Taylor Wessing|
|2016||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2010 – 2016||Associate, Hogan Lovells International LLP, Frankfurt am Main|
|2009 – 2010||Judge, district courts of Marburg and Frankfurt am Main|
|2008 – 2009||Associate, Gleiss Lutz, Frankfurt am Main|
|2007||Second legal state examination|
|2005 – 2007||Legal clerkship, higher district court of Koblenz|
|2003 – 2004||LL.M., McGill University, Montreal, Canada|
|2003 – 2005||Ph.D., chair of Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Manfred Zuleeg, Johann–Wolfgang–Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main|
|2002||First legal state examination|
|1998 – 2002||Legal studies, Frankfurt am Main|
The Acquisition of Community Real Properties, in: Journal for German and International Buidling and Procurement Law 2009, p. 65.
The Impact of EU Law on the Regulation of International Air Transportation, Ashgate Publishers, 2007
Standards and European Competition Law, in: Journal for Commercial Law 2008, p. 41
The Extension of EU Emissions Trading Scheme to Aviation Activities, in: Annals of Air and Space Law, vol. 2009
|Frankfurt Bar Association|
by multiple authors
by multiple authors