Born in Bonn in 1984. Studied law in Bonn and Lausanne. Trainee lawyer in Bonn with stations at the German University for Administrative Sciences in Speyer as well as with a commercial law firm in Düsseldorf and Brussels. 2010 first State examination, 2014 second State examination. 2010‐2012 research assistant with the firm. Currently working on doctoral thesis on a fundamental rights topic.
Joined the law firm in 2014.
Recognized by Legal 500 as a “Rising Star” in business administrative law and recommended in business administrative law.
Regular lectures and lecturers on current topics of product, environmental and construction law, including the corresponding compliance requirements.
Acting as counsel for the Federal Republic of Germany before the European Court of Justice in an action against four decisions by the European Commission in the area of construction products law (ECJ, cases T‑229/17 and T‑53/18).
Providing legal advice and acting as counsel for Bayer AG in the transfer of production sites and facilities in connection with the divestiture of parts of its crop science business to BASF (transaction volume € 5.9 bil.)
Providing legal advice to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation, Digitalisation and Energy of the Land North‑Rhine Westphalia on the amendment of the Land’s act on shop‑opening hours.
One‑year secondment in the chemicals industry.
Publications on administrative procedural law, international humanitarian law, and construction product law.
German, English, French