Max represents clients in front of state courts and in arbitral proceedings. He particularly focuses on commercial, corporate and post M&A disputes. Moreover, he advises on all issues of the interface between civil and corporate law. Another focus of his work is advising in M&A projects.
Max joined KÜMMERLEIN in 2021. Prior to that, he completed his law clerkship and was trained i.a. at the German Arbitration Institute. He studied Law at the University of Bayreuth and graduated from the Swiss School Rome with the Swiss Maturity Diploma (St. Gallen).
Max is an alumnus of the Certificate in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration (University Roma Tre) and of the Willem C. Vis Commercial Arbitration Moot Court. He gained experiences in arbitration at McDermott Will & Emery (Frankfurt a.M.), Seven Summits Arbitration (Munich) and Legance (Rome). Also, he co-translated the 2018 DIS Arbitration Rules into Italian and the 2019 CAM Arbitration Rules into German.
He is a board member of a German-Italian association for legal studies and a member of various associations of young arbitration practitioners. He is fluent in German, English, Italian and French.
The final decision of the Bundesgerichtshof in the Achmea-Saga, Briguglio/De Nova/Giardina (Hrsg.), Rivista dell’Arbitrato 1/2019, Giuffrè Francis Lefebvre, S. 131-135.
The New DIS Rules – Bucking the Trend to Succeed in a Changing Market?, Müller/Besson/Rigozzi (Hrsg.), New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration 2018, Stämpfli Editions, S. 105-139 (mit Gustav Flecke-Giammarco).
Tagungsbericht zum deutsch-italienischen Seminar der Universitäten Bayreuth und Verona, Pfeiffer/Mansel/Jayme/Stürner (Hrsg.), Jahrbuch für Italienisches Recht 28, C.F. Müller, S. 187-192 (mit Malte Kramme).
Anmerkung zum BGH Urteil vom 28. 5. 2014 – VIII ZR 410/12, EWiR 21/2014, S. 681-682 (mit Martin Schmidt-Kessel).