Dr Till Veltmann
Lawyer and notary public
Certified labour lawyer
Dr Till Veltmann is a certified labour lawyer representing employers, managing directors and management board members as well as executives in matters relating to individual and collective labour law. Furthermore, his team supports small and medium-sized companies, corporations as well as banks and savings banks in labour law. In addition to accompanying day-to-day personnel work, he drafts employment contracts, works agreements and company collective bargaining agreements and supports their negotiation and implementation. In addition, the labour law team manages conciliation proceedings as well as litigation for declaratory decisions. Dr Veltmann also works as a lawyer and notary public with a focus on real estate and corporate law. He advises on real estate transactions and company acquisitions, both as a lawyer and as a notary public. For larger transactions, he leads teams from various disciplines. Particularly with respect to complex transactions, whether share deals or asset deals, Dr Veltmann advises both sellers and buyers and drafts contracts as a notary public.
Since 2014: Notary public in Hamm
Since 2012: Certified labour lawyer
2008: Admission to the bar
2006- 2008: Legal clerkship at the District Court of Essen, 2nd state examination (2008)
2005-2007: Doctorate with Prof Dr Ingo Saenger, University of Münster, doctoral scholarship from the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (2007)
1999- 2004: Law studies at the University of Münster
Additional training in banking law, 1st state examination (2004)
1996- 1998: Training as banker, WestLB Düsseldorf
Veltmann, Investor protection in investment law, Münster 2007 (Dissertation)
Veltmann, Property law 1 - General precepts and movable property, 16th Edition, Münster 2010
Co-author: Alpmann Brockhaus, Dictionary of Law, 2nd Edition, Munich 2009 (Property Law)
Co-author of the handbook: "Foundations: Law, taxes, finances", Berlin 2008
Saenger/Veltmann, “Corporate governance in foundations”, ZSt 2005, 67 ff.
Saenger/Veltmann, “Scope and liability risks of the foundation supervisory authorities in the case of asset shifts of affiliated foundations”, ZSt 2005, 281 ff.
Veltmann, “Can murderers donate? On the immorality of the planned ‘Magnus-Gäfgen Foundation’”, ZSt 2006, 150 ff. and ZSt 2007, 64 ff.