Dr. ULF-GERSON KEMPER, LL.M.

ANWALT FÜR WIRTSCHAFTSRECHT

VITA

10/94–09/97

Studies of business administration at the University of Cooperative Education in Mannheim; graduate in business administration (BA); practical training at Volksbank Sandhofen eG in Mannheim; employment in all areas of the banking sector, focusing primarily on corporate customer consulting, securities business and controlling.

10/97–01/03

Studies of law at the University of Heidelberg; first state examination; various internships in Germany and abroad, including one in a medium-sized law firm in San Diego, USA.

02/03–06/04

Postgraduate studies Master of Laws (Commercial Law) at the University of Auckland, New Zealand; LL.M. (Auckland).

01/04 – 01/06

Traineeship at the Regional Court of Wiesbaden; second state examination; legal training, among others, at the law firm Fried Frank Harris Smithers & Jacobson in New York, USA.

08/04 – 04/05

Part-time employment at the law firm Reinemer & Reinemer in Wiesbaden; professional focus: General and special law of obligations, property law, enforcement law and banking law.

01/06

Admission to the bar

02/06 – 04/06

Freelancer with the law firm Grub Brugger & Partner in Frankfurt a.M.; main areas of expertise: Banking and real estate law.

05/06 – 09/07

Employed attorney in the law firm Jung & Schleicher Rechtsanwälte in Berlin; special focus on: Residential and commercial real estate transactions (asset and share deals), general real estate law, corporate law, banking and insurance law.

10/07–03/10

Employed attorney at the law firm Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP in Frankfurt a.M.; professional focus: Real estate, tax, banking and corporate law.

Since 04/10

Self-employed lawyer in Mannheim.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Working time flexibilization in the banking sector, diploma thesis (Mannheim 1997), Munich 1997.
  • Book announcement: The legal nature of private credit and surety insurance contracts – A legal/economic analysis of (insurance) security products in the border area between insurance and banking law with special consideration of supervisory, EU, tax and insolvency law implications. At the same time a contribution to the discussion on the legal methodology for determining the legal nature of contractual relationships in general and a legal-dogmatic analysis of the discussion about the characteristics and legal nature of the insurance contract in general; at the same time PhD-Thesis (Heidelberg [probably] end of 2020)”; Düren 2020.
  • Book announcement: The Insurance Contract – A legal-dogmatic analysis of the discussion about the characteristics and legal nature of the insurance contract in general; Düren 2020.

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