Jan-Lieven is an attorney at law and head of the white-collar crime team at Taylor Wessing Germany. Previously, he worked for many years for a Big Four company and a leading international US law firm in the areas of white-collar and tax criminal law, compliance and internal investigations. In addition to defending complex white collar criminal cases, he is involved in providing criminal and strategic advice to companies and their boards. He is an expert in the area of internal investigations and advises on the implementation and improvement of compliance- management-systems.
Jan-Lieven is active in national and international proceedings and represents his clients' interests vis-à-vis all investigating authorities (public prosecutors, tax investigations, financial, supervisory and antitrust authorities, etc.).
|Since 2022||Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2020 - 2022||PwC Legal AG, Attorney and head of the White Collar Crime, Compliance & Investigation-Team as Director|
|2018 - 2020||PwC Legal AG, Attorney in the field of White Collar Crime, Compliance & Investigations|
|2011 - 2018||White & Case, Frankfurt; Attorney in the field of White Collar Crime, Compliance & Investigations|
|2009 - 2011||Dr. Lorentz & Kollegen, Mainz; Legal assistant in banking and capital markets law|
|2010 - 2013||Doctoral degree, university of Halle / Saale|
|2007 - 2009||Second state examination, Rhineland Palatinate|
|2002 - 2006||Legal studies, University of Mainz|
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