Dr Christoph Reimann, LL.M. oec. International
Certified banking and capital market lawyer
Dr Christoph Reimann is a lawyer and partner of the firm. He specialises in banking and capital market law. He advises and represents credit institutions, insurance companies and other providers of financial services in all matters relating to banking, insolvency and corporate law both in and out of court throughout Germany. A major focus of his activities is advising credit institutions on the restructuring, wind-up and insolvency of bank clients. Dr Christoph Reimann is also a lecturer at the Sparkasse Academy of North Rhine-Westphalia and at RWS-Verlag. Furthermore, Dr Christoph Reimann advises and represents companies in the field of product liability law. His activity includes the assertion and defence of claims relating to product liability.
Since 2011: Certified banking and capital market lawyer
Since 2008: Partner at Streitbörger
Since 2004: Lawyer at Streitbörger
2002– 2004: Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Oldenburg, 2nd state examination (May 2004)
April 2002: Doctorate with Prof Dr Ulrich Haas
2001: Diploma in business law
1998– 2003: Lecturer at the Academy of Administration and Economics Halle/Saale
1997– 2001: Research assistant at the University of Halle/Saale
1997– 2001: Additional studies in business law at the University of Halle/Saale
1992– 1997: Law studies at the University of Halle/Saale
1st state examination (April 1997)
Reimann, Licence and athletic agreements between sports associations and athletes, 2003
Haas/Reimann, “Television law: Organizer right or personality right”, in: Vermarktungsrechte im Sport, Akademieschrift 52, Frankfurt 1999
Haas/Reimann, “’Television law’ at sporting events as a right of defence”, SpuRt 1999, 182 ff.
Haas/Reimann, “Gainful opportunity and gainful loss among individual athletes”, SpuRt 2000, 49 ff.
Reimann, “Personal liability of association officials towards athletes”, in: Perspektiven des Sportrechts, Berlin 2005
Lange/Reimann, “Do credit institutions have to bid farewell to the global cession”, BKR 2006, 230 ff.