Trade & Customs Law in Germany
Bleichenbrücke 9 (Stadthöfe), Hamburg
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Restructuring, bankruptcy law
We secure your rights in the crisis.
- crisis management
- Restructuring / reorganization without bankruptcy proceedings
(according to EU law)
- Bond restructuring u. bond Act
- insolvency plan
- Liability of the insolvency administrator
- Group, international bankruptcy plan
Languages: German, English, Spanish
Corporate law, insolvency law, commercial law, UN sales law, litigation and arbitration, commercial criminal law
Dr. Thomas Nitsche, b. on August 6, 1970, studied law with a focus on “International Business Transactions” (Prof. Dr. Oscar Hartwieg) at the Universities of Göttingen, Hannover and Cambridge, UK (Trinity College). He was a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute Hamburg for foreign and international law. During this time, and later at the Universidad Austral, Buenos Aires, Argentina, he wrote his dissertation on the topic “Corporate Responsibility after lex fori concursus”. In this thesis he deals with international corporate and insolvency law with a focus on the EU, Germany and Argentina. The main topic is the legal risk analysis for the transfer of funds and the settlement of credit-financed trading transactions.
The legal clerkship Thomas Nitsche at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court in Hamburg. He gained practical experience in 1999 at the German Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina and at Pritchard Englefield, London, Curschmann Lawyers (Taylor Wessing) in Hamburg and Arthur Andersen, AndersenLegal in Hamburg.
Dr. Thomas Nitsche is active in international and national corporate and insolvency law as well as in commercial law. In addition to the restructuring of companies (capital rehabilitation / corporate finance) he advises in the risk analysis for project financing and international trading on the part of the investor, the banks and the initiators.Show more +