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Andrea Neuhof

Lawyer

Born in 1978; attended Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg. Admitted to practice as an attorney-at-law since 2006, and specialized attorney for banking and capital markets since 2011. From 2006 through 2017, Ms. Neuhof was an attorney-at-law in a Nuremberg boutique firm specializing in banking.

Ms. Neuhof advises and represents credit institutes both in and out of court, particularly in general banking matters, in credit and credit security, capital investment, and in bankruptcy appeals. Additionally, she has practical experience in pre-trial company reorganization by banks.

Ms. Neuhof is a member of the working group for banking and capital markets of the Deutscher Anwaltverein, the Österreichische Bankwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft, at the ReTurn Forum für Restrukturierung und Turnaround Management in Vienna, as well as in the Juristische Gesellschaft Mittelfranken zu Nürnberg e.V. and in the experts’ committee of the Nuremberg Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In addition, she is active as a speaker at expert seminars and lecture events.

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Prof. Dr. Dietmar Ehrlich

Lawyer

born in 1941; Prof. Dr. Ehrlich stud­ied law at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Würzburg un­til con­fer­ral of his doc­tor­ate. He was ad­mit­ted to the Ger­man Bar in 1974. From 1972 un­til 2004 Prof. Dr. Ehrlich was mem­ber of the le­gal de­part­ment of a large Ger­man bank where he held a po­si­tion as gen­er­al coun­sel for many years. Since 1989 Prof. Dr. Ehrlich has been a lec­tur­er at the Fac­ul­ty of Eco­nom­ic Sci­ence of the Uni­ver­si­ty Tübin­gen. Since 2000, he has been a hon­orary pro­fes­sor in the same fac­ul­ty. In 2006, he joined Thümmel, Schütze & Part­ner as of-coun­sel for the Area of Ex­per­tise of Bank­ing Law and Cap­i­tal Mar­kets. He is the au­thor of sev­er­al pub­li­ca­tions in the area of bank­ing law, with a fo­cus on ex­ter­nal trade.