Dr Yorck T. Streitbörger, Licenciado en Derecho, Abogado (Madrid)

Lawyer
Certified insolvency lawyer
Commercial mediator

Dr Yorck Tilman Streitbörger is an insolvency administrator and certified insolvency lawyer and is also admitted to the Spanish bar. He is an expert in the restructuring and reorganisation of companies, both out of court and through insolvency plans in the case of insolvencies under self-administration or protective screen proceedings. Dr Streitbörger supports entrepreneurs in negotiations with insolvency administrators, for example in the areas of distressed M&A, retention of title as well as in the defence against voidance claims. In addition, he is regularly appointed as an insolvency administrator or trustee by the local courts. He therefore knows first-hand the concerns of entrepreneurs when dealing with customers or suppliers in insolvency. He is the honorary chairman of the Bielefeld Association of Private Forest Owners.

Career

Since March 2003: Business mediator / training by Prof Dr Eidenmüller

Since May 2001: Abogado / admitted to the Spanish Bar (Madrid Bar Association)

December 2000: Licenciado en Derecho, Ministerio de Justicia, Madrid, Spain

Since October 1998: salaried lawyer, since January 2004 partner at Streitbörger

 

Studies at the University of Bielefeld

November 2006: Doctor of Law / Heidelberg University (Prof Dr Dres. h. c. Peter Hommelhoff, Institute for German and European Corporate and Commercial Law)

October 1998: 2nd state examination, North Rhine-Westphalia

Contact

Dr Yorck T. Streitbörger
Bielefeld

Streitbörger PartGmbB
Adenauerplatz 4
33602 Bielefeld

Phone +49 (0) 521 / 91414-56
Fax +49 (0) 521 / 91414-98

y.streitboerger@streitboerger.de

 

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Publications

Corporate governance - The reform movement in Spain, Dissertation, Logos Verlag Berlin 2007 - ISBN 978-3-8325-1431-0

Author in: Speckmann/Streitbörger (eds.), Integrity and Intuition, Berlin 2008, ISBN 978-3-8325-1862-2, pp. 339-348: Essay entitled: “Excessive remuneration of the management board - On the question of the necessity of a statutory cap”