Martin heads up the Compliance industry group. He is an expert in compliance and corporate litigation. As a certified Compliance Officer, he specialises in providing ongoing advice to national and international companies on corporate compliance, particularly on the implementation and development of compliance management systems and the carrying out of internal investigations.
He also advises on disputes between shareholders of partnerships and corporations, as well as on directors' and officers’ liability claims. Martin’s experience of secondment to a listed industrial group has further shaped his understanding of economic interrelationships and corporate interests.
|Since 2022||Equity Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2017||Salary Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2015 – 2017||Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2012 – 2015||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2010 – 2012||Legal clerkship, Hamburg with postings in Munich and New York|
|2012||Admitted and established as a lawyer, Hamburg|
|2012||Second state examination, Hamburg|
|2011||Doctoral degree on dissertation on an international commercial law theme, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg|
|2008||First state examination|
|2005||Study of law, University of Sydney Law School, Australia|
|2003 – 2008||Legal degree studies, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg|
Systemupdate, in: Compliance Manager, 06/2021, gemeinsam mit André Lippert und Rebekka Krause
Der Gesetzesentwurf des Lieferkettengesetzes im Überblick, in: comply, 05/2021, S. 21-23, gemeinsam mit Sebastian Rünz
Dissertation: Die Begrenzung globaler Unternehmensleitung durch 9 Absatz 2 Satz 2 StGB, Duncker & Humblot, 2011
The German Whistleblower Protection Act is on its way
The most important questions from the perspective of our compliance, legal and human resources departments
EU authorized new sanctions against Russia
General overview of the sanctions regime and explaination what companies need to do now
OLG Nürnberg: Management obligated to establish a compliance management system - what does this mean for M&A transactions?
(Non-)Implementation of the EU Whistleblower Directive
The EU Whistleblower Directive is not yet legally valid in Germany - Recommendations for action on the current status.
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