Maximilian Reichl has been a lawyer at Oppenhoff since 2021. He studied law at the University of Passau and completed his legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Munich. Before transferring to Oppenhoff, he was a lawyer in the dispute resolution department of a US commercial law firm in Frankfurt am Main.
Maximilian Reichl advises and represents companies and corporations in and out of court in commercial disputes. His work especially includes the defence and enforcement of all kinds of damage claims, with a focus on antitrust law, general contract law and consultant liability. He also represents his clients in national and international arbitration proceedings, for example under the arbitration rules of the DIS or the ICC.
Maximilian Reichl works for the Frankfurt Bar Association as a trainer of legal trainees in the field of lawyers‘ professional liability and as an examiner.
Articles and Essays
Wenn zwei sich streiten, freut sich der Drittstaat [When two quarrel, the third country rejoices]
Deutscher Anwaltspiegel dated 29 April 2020 (in collaboration with Dr. Michael Weigel)
Zurück in die Zukunft – Analogisierung des elektronischen Fristenkalenders [Back to the future – converting the electronic deadline calendar into analogue form]
Deutscher Anwaltspiegel dated 07 October 2019 (in collaboration with Dr. Michael Weigel)
Schlussakkord im Grauzementkartell – Antworten des BGH auf kartellrechtliche Grundsatzfragen [Final chord in the grey cement cartel: Federal Supreme Court’s answers to fundamental issues of antitrust law]
Europäische Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsrecht 2018, Issue 19 , pp. 804-811