Dr Birte Meister, LL.M.

Lawyer
Master en Droit Université de Lorraine

Dr Birte Meister advises and represents small and medium-sized companies in all matters relating to insolvency law. These include defence against claims for voidance and the enforcement of segregation and separation rights. With a Master's degree in International Business Law, she is a competent contact for legal questions on cross-border states of affairs in insolvency law. A further focus of her work lies in restructuring and reorganisation advice for companies experiencing financial difficulties. Since Dr Meister herself has been appointed as an insolvency administrator by several local courts, she is very familiar with the individual stages of the proceedings and the various restructuring options. In the interest of clients, she develops creative restructuring solutions for companies.

Career

Since 2016: Partner at Streitbörger

2012-2013: Master in Law, Master 2 - law, economics, management for research and professional purposes, public law and private law, specialisation in cross-border business law at the University of Lorraine, France

2011: Doctorate with Prof Dr Stephan Barton, University of Bielefeld

2009 - 2016: Associate at Streitbörger Law Firm

2007 to 2008: Research assistant for the chair of Prof Dr Stephan Barton, University of Bielefeld

2006: Research assistant at the Institute for Factual Legal Research at the University of Bielefeld

2005: Master of Laws (LL.M.) Legal advice and litigation, University of Bielefeld

2005: 2nd state examination, Düsseldorf

2002: 1st state examination

1998 to 2002: Law studies at the University of Bielefeld

Contact

Dr Birte Meister
Bielefeld

Streitbörger PartGmbB
Adenauerplatz 4
33602 Bielefeld

Phone +49 (0) 521 / 91414-75
Fax +49 (0) 521 / 91414-98

b.meister@streitboerger.de

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Publications

Refusal of access to the files of the injured party § 406e(2) of the Criminal Code

Miscellaneous

Dr Meister is a member of the Insolvency Law Working Group OWL and the Junior Chamber of East Westphalia-Lippe.