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Emerging Trends: Is Due Process in EU Antitrust Proceedings Being Compromised? (04/16/14)

Dr. Michael Weigel (04/11/14)

Dr. Michael Weigel has been practicing as a corporate and commercial litigator and arbitrator since 1989. He has vast experience leading complex lawsuits and arbitration proceedings in the fields of economic, trade, corporate, and banking and finance law. He represents clients across a broad range of areas and has acted for numerous German and international industrial enterprises and financial institutions in various high profile matters, including warranty, compensation and recourse claims.

Dr. Martin Weger (04/10/14)

Dr. Martin Weger is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office and heads the German tax practice. He primarily focuses on tax law, corporate finance and M&A. 

Wolfgang Leip (03/28/14)
Wolfgang Leip is a litigator and corporate counselor who represents clients across a wide variety of key business issues. His litigation experience includes: patent litigation at district, appellate, Federal Patent Court and Federal Supreme Court levels; intellectual property and trade secrets, ex-parte and cross-border injunctions; competition and international trade; complex commercial and banking litigation, multi-district and appellate; arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. He represents litigation clients in several industries including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, chemicals, automotive manufacturing, construction machinery, and the food industry.

Dr. Hans-Joachim Fritz (03/28/14)

Hans-Joachim Fritz is a Partner in the Frankfurt office and heads the German Employment & Labor Law Practice.

His practice covers all issues on corporate restructuring as well as litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Dr. Fritz renders advice to clients in classical industrial branches and in professional services.

Dagmar Nolden (03/24/14)
Dagmar Nolden is an Associate in Kaye Scholer's Frankfurt office. She is a member of the Employment Law group, and focuses on individual and collective labor employment law.

Daniel Lewin (03/24/14)

Daniel Lewin’s practice is broad-based and covers the full range of UK tax issues. He advises corporate, institutional and private clients on the UK and international tax aspects of a wide variety of transactions including financings, acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, investment structures, derivative transactions and employment matters, usually with an international element. He has particular experience in the taxation of hedge and private equity funds and management groups, where he has been involved in the development and launch of various innovative investment structures for both private managers and large financial institutions.

Britta Jungermann (03/24/14)

Britta Jungermann is an associate in the Frankfurt office. Ms. Jungermann's practice is focused on litigation and insolvency, as well as mergers and acquisitions. She has a strong background in forensic services, providing advice to entities that suffered substantial damage caused by fraud, tort, negligence, mismanagement or breach of contract. Ms. Jungermann also has experience in European and International Law of Civil Procedure.

Prior to joining Kaye Scholer, Ms. Jungermann was with Haarmann Hemmelrath, where she practiced litigation and insolvency law.

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Dr. Sebastian Jungermann (03/24/14)

Dr. Sebastian Jungermann is a partner in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office and heads the German Competition and Antitrust Practice. Sebastian advises clients regarding German and European competition and antitrust laws, including German, EU and multi-jurisdictional merger control proceedings, cartel proceedings, abuse-of-dominance proceedings, litigation, compliance programs, as well as internal audits and contractual advice. Sebastian represents his clients before courts, the German Federal Cartel Office, the European Commission as well as the US Department of Justice. Sebastian further advises in the fields of corporate law, IP, data protection, outsourcing and other technology-related areas. In addition, Sebastian is involved in international litigation, including pre-trial discovery proceedings in support of US litigation.

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