Markus is a sought-after legal expert in the national and international energy industry. Clients value his advice on regulatory issues in the light of the liberalised energy market. Markus advises on M&A transactions and on the entire field of energy supply (gas, electricity, local and district heating as well as renewable energies).
He has in-depth knowledge of the business perspective from his secondment to a major player in the German energy industry. Markus represents clients in court drawing on his experience from various leading decisions on energy law. The broad spectrum of his legal practice is complemented by his academic expertise, illustrated by his numerous publications and commentaries.
|Since 2017||Salary Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2008 – 2017||Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP|
|2009||Associate (secondment), E.ON Mitte AG|
|2007||Legal clerkship, German embassy Brussels|
|2006 – 2007||Legal clerkship, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer|
|2005 – 2007||Legal clerkship, district court Bonn, North Rhine–Westphalia|
|Since 2004||Freelancer, Juristisches Repetitorium Hemmer|
|2013||Universität St. Gallen – Executive School of Management, Technology and Law Summer School in Management|
|2010 – 2013||Nottingham Trent University Master in Environmental, Planning and Regulatory Law, LL.M.|
|2007||Second legal state examination, Rheinische Friedrich–Wilhelms–University Bonn|
|2004||First legal state examination, Juristisches Staatsexamen, Rheinische Friedrich–Wilhelms–University Bonn|
Alternative Energy & Power 2019 – Germany; Chambers and Partners Global Practice Guide 2019
N&R 2015, 236 (zusammen mit Margret Schellberg) Missbrauchsverfügung zur Durchsetzung eines dezentralen Messkonzepts, Anmerkung zum Beschluss des BGH vom 14. April 2015 (Az.: EnVR 45/13)