Private Construction Law, comprehensive building accompanying legal advice for Principals, Contractors and Architects, Claim Management, enforcement of and defence against project-related claims
1978 Born in Hamburg
1999 - 2002 Training in Business Economy: Studied Business Economy (Graduated at the Wirtschaftsakademie Hamburg 2002)
2002 - 2010
- Law Studies in Greifswald, Hamburg and Speyer
- Internship in Hamburg, Speyer and Ireland (William Fry Solicitors, Dublin)
- During Attorney Training, emphasis on Private Construction Law
2011 - 2013 Attorney in the Munich Office of an internationally operating large Business Law Firm, practice group Real Estate and Construction Law
2013 Started as an Attorney with the firm Scholtissek :
2015 Expert Lawyer for Building and Architects Law
Lectures and Presentations
For example in In-house trainings for the Publisher Dashoefer GmbH and in BPM Seminars
- 2014 Architekt muss bei Abdichtungsplanung jedes Risiko ausschließen! (Architect needs to exclude all risks when planning the waterproofing of a building)
IBR 2014, 745. When planning a cellar waterproofing, the architect must base himself on the highest groundwater level known as a result of many years of observation - plus a safety margin.
Discussion of a decision by OLG Schleswig, Award of 11 Sept 2012 - 3 U 113/09; BGH, Decision of 09 July 2014 - VII ZR 267/12 (Complaint of Non-admissibility rejected).
BGB Art. 632.
- 2015 The concept of legal interest (cause) in the sense of Art. 485 Par. 2 ZPO (German Procedural Law) has to be construed widely!
IBR 2015, 1003. The requirement of a legal interest (cause) in the sense of Art. 485 Par. 2 ZPO must not lead to an anticipated examination of the relevance of evidence or of the chances for success in the main proceedings.
Discussion of a Decision by OLG Hamburg, Decision of 27 Oct 2014 – 325 OH 3/14 LG Hamburg; OLG Hamburg, Decision of 16 Dec 2014 – 1 W 102/14.
ZPO Art. 485 Par. 2.
- 2015 Safety Obligation of the Architect already when he/she knows about a Danger Source!
IBR 2015. The so-called secondary safety obligation is already being concretised by a knowledge of a source of danger, which, by its mere presence, presents a danger to everyone on the construction site, and so engenders the architect's own safety responsibility.
Discussion of a decision by OLG Hamburg, decision of 20 Feb 2015 – 1 U 245/13; and previously: Landgericht (LG) Hamburg, Decision of 11 Nov 2013 – 303 O 389/09.
Articles 823 et seq. BGB.