Category Archives: Dresden

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Peggy Pytlinski

Lawyer

born 1977; studied at the University of Dresden, study stays in Capetown and Sydney, Attorney-at-law since 2003. Specialized attorney for banking and capital market law.

many years of experience as banking litigation lawyer in a major German law firm.

Member of the working group for banking and capital markets law of the German Bar Association.

Ms. Pytlinski specializes in representing credit institutions and medium-sized companies in banking and civil law matters both, out of and in state courts. She has extensive practical experience in strategic negotiation and litigation management, whether in complex individual legal disputes or multiple proceedings. She advises her clients especially in civil contract law, credit and investment law but also in payment services matters. In addition, she regularly deals with complex enforcement cases and has experience in arbitration.

Ms. Pytlinski regularly lectures at banking law events.

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Dr. Dirk Plagemann

Lawyer

born in 1953; le­gal stud­ies at the Uni­ver­si­ties of Bonn and Freiburg i.​Br.; Dr. Plage­mann was sec­tion head at the Max Planck In­sti­tute for For­eign and In­ter­na­tion­al Crim­i­nal Law, Freiburg i.​Br. He was ad­mit­ted to the Ger­man Bar in 1983 and prac­ticed first in Stuttgart. Since 1990 Dr. Plage­mann prac­tices in Dres­den. The fo­cus of Dr. Plage­mann´s le­gal prac­tice is ad­vis­ing com­pa­nies on re­gion­al, na­tion­al and in­ter­na­tion­al mat­ters, rang­ing in scope of ad­vice from the in­cor­po­ra­tion to suc­ces­sion and ques­tions of re­struc­tur­ing. Among his main clients are re­al es­tate com­pa­nies, both for­eign and Ger­man com­pa­nies do­ing busi­ness abroad, with a spe­cial re­gion­al fo­cus on North Amer­i­ca.

Dr. Plage­mann is al­so ac­tive in the field of train­ing and ed­u­cat­ing and has sev­er­al teach­ing as­sign­ments in this ca­pac­i­ty. He is al­so mem­ber of var­i­ous su­per­vi­so­ry boards and ad­vi­so­ry boards.

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Dr. Rainer Albert

Lawyer

born in 1965; le­gal stud­ies at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Würzburg; ad­mis­sion to the Ger­man Bar in 1995.

Dr. Rain­er Al­bert is spe­cial­ized in lit­i­ga­tion, rep­re­sent­ing ma­jor in­sur­ance com­pa­nies – es­pe­cial­ly in pro­fes­sion­al mal­prac­tice cas­es in the field of di­rec­tors’ and of­fi­cers’ li­a­bil­i­ty for wrong­ful acts, and prop­er­ty dam­age cas­es. Dr. Al­bert’s clients in­clude at­tor­neys, no­tary publics, tax ad­vis­ers, di­rec­tors, man­agers, su­per­vi­so­ry and ad­vi­so­ry board mem­bers, ac­coun­tants and port­fo­lio man­agers. Dr. Al­bert al­so ad­vis­es ma­jor en­ter­pris­es in the me­chan­i­cal en­gi­neer­ing in­dus­try as well as re­gion­al and lo­cal pub­lic util­i­ty com­pa­nies.

Dr. Al­bert reg­u­lar­ly pre­sents lec­tures on var­i­ous sub­jects re­lat­ed to his field of ac­tiv­i­ties.

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Dr. Tilman Schultheiß

Lawyer

Born in 1986; studied law at the University of Leipzig with an emphasis in banking and capital markets; teaching assistant (endowed chair of Dr. Reinhard Welter); since 2012, reviewer of the academic portion of the initial bar examination at the University of Leipzig for the banking and capital markets portion; doctoral work at the University of Leipzig in conjunction with professional activities; licensed as an attorney-at-law since 2014.
Mr. Schultheiss’s practice focuses on banking and capital markets, investments, and insurance.
Mr. Schultheiss has been a lecturer on the law faculty at the University of Leipzig since 2015. He is the author of numerous expert contributions in commentaries and journals.

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Katrin Etteldorf

Lawyer

born 1977; studied law with specialized foreign-language training in English at the University of Augsburg. Attorney-at-law since 2004. Specialist attorney for labor law, for construction and architect law, and for banking and capital markets law.
Member of the Verband deutscher ArbeitsrechtsAnwälte e.V. (the Association of German Labor Law Attorneys), member of the working group for banking and capital markets law of the German Bar Association, member of the Saxony Bar Association’s specialized attorney committee for banking and capital markets.
On the individual and collective labor side, Ms. Etteldorf represents and advises employers, including medium-sized companies, and management. Her practice focuses on strategic negotiation and litigation management, the structure and implementation of reorganization and restructuring measures, and advising on and accompanying negotiations with the works council including, but not limited to, regarding interest balancing and social plans. In addition, Ms. Etteldorf assists with the implementation of entrepreneurial concepts, e.g., flexible work models and variable compensation. Moreover, Ms. Etteldorf conducts continuing education for human resources staff and senior management, especially by giving in-house seminars.
On the banking and capital markets, Ms. Etteldorf represents credit institutes, financial services companies, and leasing companies. She also has many years of experience in asset management. Litigation encompasses, on the one hand, enforcing contractual claims, and on the other, defending against claims alleging breach of contract.

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Constanze Muck

Lawyer

born 1981; studied law and held a clerkship at the Technical University of Dresden; attorney-at-law since 2010. Member of the German Bar Association’s working group for intellectual property law and media and of the Medical Law Association at Dresden International University.

Ms. Muck’s practices primarily focuses on litigation involving medium-sized and large companies in banking and leasing matters. Moreover, she accompanies intellectual property matters including, but not limited to, registering, monitoring and defending trademarks and copyrights as well as managing patents, and advises on issues of competition law. She also provides legal advice and representation to physicians and pharmacists concerning professional practices and liability: e.g., in questions involving the applicable rules and regulations governing pharmaceuticals and medications.