Philipp is known for advising national and international clients in any questions related to Austrian and European corporate law. He has especially gained profound experience in enforcement of shareholders' rights both against the company and against the other shareholders.
He passes on his knowledge as a lecturer at the Executive Academy of Vienna University of Economics and Business.
|Since 2022||Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2020 – 2022||Attorney, Fellner Wratzfeld & Partner|
|2017 – 2019||Attorney, Eisenberger & Herzog|
|2014 – 2017||Associate, Eisenberger & Herzog|
|2010 – 2013||University assistant prae doc, Institute for Civil and Corporate Law of Vienna University of Economics and Business|
|2009 – 2010||Study assistant, Institute for Civil Procedure Law of the University of Vienna|
|2008 – 2009||Legal assistant, Taylor Wessing|
|2017||Admitted to the bar, Austria|
|2010 – 2014||Doctoral degree, University of Vienna|
|2006 – 2010||Legal studies (Mag. iur.), University of Vienna|
Paper „Consequences of the annulment of a resolution of the Annual General Meeting on the reduction of the number of Supervisory Board members“, in GES 2021, 327
Contribution "Chairman of the Supervisory Board", in Blocher/Gelter/Pucher (ed), commemorative publication for Christian Nowotny, co-author MMag. Dr. Bernhard Endl (2015)
Contribution " General corporate law and company register law ", in Bollenberger et al (ed), Private Business Law II7 (2013), co-author Mmag. Dr. Bernhard Endl
|Vienna Bar Association|
Philipp Zumbo strengthens Corporate Pratice Team as a Partner in Vienna
New partner joins Taylor Wessing in Vienna
作者 Raimund Cancola 以及 Philipp Zumbo
Strengthening Ricoh Europe's IT services capability in Ireland with the acquisition of PFH Technology Group
Clean Energy League Tables 2023: Taylor Wessing establishes itself as one of the world's top 5 law firms
The energy law experts once again achieved an excellent fifth place in the number of Clean Energy M&A Deals category. This means that they are among the top 5 in the Clean Energy sector worldwide for the third year in a row.
China In & Out - data protection and cybersecurity in China
Europe is abuzz with discussions on the largest GDPR fine ever, while in China, a failed cybersecurity review of a foreign enterprise made the headlines. Could a fine like this also happen in China?