Our Team

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By far the most important reason for our success are the highly motivated staff. They will be there for you every day with great expertise, professionalism and enthusiasm. Learn more about the members of our team below.

  • Dr Heiner Kahlert

    Attorney at Law
    Partner
     
    Expertise
    • Commercial and Investment Arbitration
    • Litigation and Arbitration in Sports
    • Legal advice to the sports industry (particularly on association regulations, antitrust issues, data exploitation/sport betting, other complex contracts and player transfers)
    • Advice on contract, commercial and corporate law
    Profile

    Dr Heiner Kahlert acts as arbitrator and as counsel before state courts and arbitral tribunals in complex national and international commercial proceedings. The proceedings he has handled to date have involved, inter alia, the CISG, energy supply contracts, commercial and corporate law, IT law and investment protection. He has broad experience with ad hoc arbitration (including under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules) and with proceedings administered by the AAA/ICDR, DIS, HKIAC, ICC, ICSID and PCA.

    In addition, Heiner specialises in proceedings before sports arbitration tribunals and adjudicatory bodies of sports federations. He is particularly experienced in financial disputes, anti-doping and other disciplinary proceedings as well as association law matters. Heiner is an arbitrator at the International Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne. Furthermore, as head of case management, he has handled hundreds of arbitration proceedings of the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT).

    Another focus of Heiner’s work is advising international and national sports federations, leagues, athletes as well as companies in the field of sports and e-sports. In particular, he advises on rules and regulations, antitrust issues, player transfers and complex contracts (e.g. on the hosting of events, sponsoring, digitalisation projects such as NFTs or the use of data, for example in the area of sports betting).

    Heiner also advises on contract, commercial and corporate law, in particular for companies in the CSR, media and IT sectors.

    For years, Heiner Kahlert has been recommended by “Who’s Who Legal” as one of the leading international lawyers in the areas of arbitration as well as sports law. He also teaches and regularly publishes in those fields of expertise.

    Awards
    • Recognised by Who’s Who Legal as “Global Leader Sports” and “National Leader / Thought Leader – Sports and Entertainment (Germany)” in 2021, 2022 and 2023 
    • Recognised by Who’s Who Legal as “Future Leader – Arbitration” in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 
    • Recognised by the German Institution of Arbitration with the “First Prize of the Sponsorship Award” in 2015/2016 
    Notable Cases
    • Representing an English metal trader in proceedings against a Central African mining company before the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris
    • Chairman of an arbitral tribunal in ad-hoc proceedings (German Civil Procedure Code) between a large insurance group and an insurance agent
    • Challenging a presiding arbitrator before the Munich Court of Appeals in construction arbitration proceedings
    • Arbitrator in several anti-doping arbitration proceedings before the DIS Sports Arbitration Court (DIS-Sport)
    • Representing the International Speed Skating Union (ISU) in the proceedings against Claudia Pechstein before the German courts
    • Representing Atletico Madrid before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in relation to transfer sanctions
    • Representing Panathinaikos Athens before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in relation to a damage claim of USD 40 million
    • Comprehensive advice to the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) with a particular focus on regulations and contract law matters
    • Advising the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) on antitrust law, disciplinary proceedings and financial disputes
    • Advising the umbrella organisation of international sports federations (GAISF), inter alia on their Statutes
    • Advising individual athletes (e.g. Xabi Alonso, Arturo Vidal or Dennis Schroeder) in sports law and other matters
    • Advising an international sports federation on multiple contracts concerning streaming rights and the exploitation of data, in particular for betting purposes
    • Member of the Governance Reform Group of the International Boxing Federation AIBA
    Languages

    German, English, French (reading knowledge), Arabic (basic knowledge)

    Career History

    2019 – present
    Managing Director of Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2011 – 2014
    Completed a doctorate at the University of Zurich

    2010 – present
    Lawyer at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2008 – 2010
    Legal clerkship at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court of Hamburg, including traineeships with White & Case (Hamburg), CMS Hasche Sigle (Hamburg), Beiten Burkhardt (Munich) and the German Embassy in Cairo, Egypt

    2007 – 2008
    Worked as a freelancer for Taylor Wessing and “i.e. – office for Expertise in Information Law” (both in Hamburg)

    2003 – 2007
    Studied law at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the University of Wellington

    Memberships
    • German Institution of Arbitration (DIS)
    • London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
    • Swiss Association for International Arbitration (AIA)
    • DIS40 – German Initiative of Young Arbitrators (Regional Coordinator 2014-2017)
    • ASA Below 40 – Young Practitioners Group
    • Young ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration)
    • Young Arbitrators Forum of the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce)
    • ICDR Young & International (International Centre for Dispute Resolution)
    • Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG)
    • Panel of Arbitrators of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA)
    • Network of Young Sports Lawyers (Junges Netzwerk für Sportrecht) (Co-Founder)
    • Arab Legal Forum
    • German Association for Sports Law (DVSR) – Constance Working Group for German and International Sports Law
    Speeches and Lectures

    2023
    Lecture on „Anti-Doping Rule Violations“, Summer School 2023 on International Sports Law at the University of Zurich, 4 July 2023 
    Speaker on „Artifical Intelligence in International Arbitration – The Arbitrator’s Perspective“, ICC YAAF event in Berlin, 27 April 2023
    Speaker on „Competition law and arbitration: Recent case law of the German Federal Court of Justice”, Inaugural Session of the DIS-CRCICA Working Group, 1 June 2023

    2021
    Visiting Lecturer for the FIFA Executive Programme in Anti-Doping
    Visiting Lecturer for the CIES FIFA Master
    Lecture at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt within the Framework of the Key Qualification “Conflict Resolution in National and International Sport”

    2019 – present
    Visiting Lecturer for the Master in International Sports Law at the Higher Institute of Law and Economics (ISDE), Madrid, Spain

    2017
    Speaker on ex aequo et bono arbitration at the SCAI Innovation Conference, 2 February 2017; 
    Visiting Lecturer for a Moot Court at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, 17 and 27/28 July 20172010 – 2012
    Lectures on Sports Law at the Technical University of Munich

    2016
    Speaker at the Spring Meeting of DIS40 in Hamburg on the Topic “Der Court of Innovative Arbitration – Zurück in die Zukunft der Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit” [The Court of Innovative Arbitration – Back to the Future of Arbitration], 26 April 2016; 
    Visiting Lecturer for “Arbitration Clauses for Athletes, Clubs and Associations” at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, 22 und 29 July 2016

    2014
    Lecture on sports arbitration at the University of Passau, 23 May 2014

    Publications
    • “The Development of Sports Law in 2023”,

      David Menz, Dr Heiner Kahlert/ November 2023

      in: NJW – Issue 46/2023, p. 3337 et seq, (authors: David Menz und Dr Heiner Kahlert)
    • “Le Tribunal Arbitral du Basketball (BAT)”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / 2023

      in: jurisport (La revue Juridique et economique du Sport) 2023/05, issue 241, pp.16 (co-author: Benjamin Schindler)
    • “Der verfassungsrechtliche Rahmen der Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / 2023

      in: SchiedsVZ 1/2023, p. 2 et seq.
    • “Die Entwicklung des Sportrechts im Jahr 2022”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz / 2022

      in: NJW 46/2022, p. 3334 et seq. (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz)
    • “Sporting Succession at FIBA”,

      Dr. Heiner Kahlert, David Menz / 2022

      in: Cambreleng Contreras/Samarth/Vandellós Alamilla (eds.), Sporting Succession in Football, Issue I-2022, p. 339 et seq. (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz)
    • “Verrechtlichung der Nachhaltigkeit – der Sport als Vorreiter?”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: SpoPrax 7/2022, pp. 286 (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Die Entwicklung des Sportrechts im Jahr 2021”,

      David Menz, Dr. Heiner Kahlert / 2021

      in: NJW 51/2021, pp. 3700 (co-author: Dr. Heiner Kahlert)
    • “Mehr Meinungsfreiheit im Sport”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / August 2021

      NJW 2021, S. 15 (co-author: Dr Marie-Christin Bareuther)
    • “New York Convention”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / January 2019

      Weigand/Baumann, Practitioner’s Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration, 3rd edition 2019, p. 1572-1777 (co-author: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Haas)
    • “Chapter 8: Germany”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / June 2016

      Carl Rohsler (ed.), The Gambling Law Review, 2016, pp. 82-93
    • “Vertraulichkeit im Schiedsverfahren”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / June 2015

      Mohr Siebeck, 2015, 438 pages
    • “Privacy and Confidentiality”,

      Heiner Kahlert (co-author) / 2nd ed. 2015

      in: Böckstiegel/Kröll/Nacimiento (eds.), Arbitration in Germany – The Model Law in practice, 2nd ed. 2015 (co-author: Prof Dr Ulrich Haas)
    • “Confidentiality in Arbitration – A Tale of Doves, Chromatics and European Divides”,

      Heiner Kahlert / November 2013

      European International Arbitration Review, Vol. 2 Issue 1 (2013), pp. 27-40
    • “(In)voluntary submission to Arbitration in Germany, Switzerland and beyond”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert / November 2013

      European International Arbitration Review, Vol. 2 Issue 1, 2013, pp. 175-190
    • “Anmerkung zu Schweizer Bundesgericht: Zivilrechtliche Beschwerde gegen Schiedsspruch ohne Begründung”,

      Andreas Zagklis, Heiner Kahlert / July 2013

      SpuRt 3/2013, p. 117 et seq.
    • “Cases C-403/08 and C-429/08 Murphy”,

      Heiner Kahlert (co-author) / April 2012

      19 Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 1 (2012), pp. 110-119 (co-author: Prof Dr Ulrich Haas)
    • “Das “Murphy / Premier League”- Urteil des EuGH – Kein Debakel für Inhaber von Sportübertragungsrechten”,

      Heiner Kahlert / December 2011

      causa sport 4/2011, pp. 323-333
    • “Restrictions by EU Member States on Exclusive Grant of Broadcast Rights on Pay-TV Upheld”,

      Heiner Kahlert, Andreas Zagklis / March 2011

      Entertainment & Sports Lawyer, Vol. 29 Issue No. 1, Spring 2011, pp. 24-26 (co-author: Andreas Zagklis)
    • “Eigenverwaltung des Schuldners”,

      Heiner Kahlert (co-author) / January 2010

       in: Gottwald (Hrsg.), Insolvenzrechtshandbuch, 4. ed. 2010, pp. 1275-1321 (co-author: Prof Dr Ulrich Haas)
    • “Strukturkrisenkartelle als zulässige Reaktion auf die Wirtschafts- und Finanzkrise?”,

      Heiner Kahlert (co-author) / October 2009

      Betriebsberater 2009, 1930-1935 (co-author: Justus Herrlinger)
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  • David Menz

    Attorney at Law
    Salary Partner
     
    Expertise
    • Litigation and arbitration in sports
    • Legal advice in sports (especially with regard to labour law and association law, organisation of sports events and legal issues in eSports)
    Profile

    David Menz mainly acts as a party representative in sports law disputes. He represents athletes, clubs and sports associations before state courts as well as dispute resolution bodies of federations (e.g.: FIFA DRC, UEFA CEDB, BFV’s internal sports tribunal) and arbitration courts (e.g.: CAS). David has particular experience in the handling of disputes in employment, financial and association law as well as disciplinary cases.

    Another focus of David’s activities is advising stakeholders in the sports industry on establishing agreements and regulations. He particularly provides legal advice to federations on drafting and adapting statutes, internal regulations and contracts for the organisation of sports events. Moreover, David is very familiar with the management of all legal aspects of player transfers.

    A great passion of David is teaching, which is why he regularly gives lectures and presentations at various German universities (TUM, LMU and DSHS) and at various international programmes (CIES/FIFA Master, FIFA Executive Programme in Sports Arbitration). He co-founded and co-hosts the Network of Young Sports Lawyers (Junges Netzwerk Sportrecht (JNSR)) which is aimed at young lawyers who work in or are interested in sports law. Also through this, David supports the sharing of expertise and the exchnge between young sports lawyers in German-speaking countries.

    Furthermore, as Deputy Head of Case Management of the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT), David is involved in the administration of approximately 160 arbitration proceedings per year.

    Awards

    Recognised by Who’s Who Legal as “Reccomended Lawyer – Sports and Entertainment (Germany)” in 2023 

    Notable Cases
    • Representing Türkgücü München in proceedings against the Bavarian Football Association (BFV) regarding the participation in the German Cup (before the BFV internal dispute resolution body, the state courts and the BFV arbitral tribunal)
    • Representing a German football agency in proceedings before the International Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)
    • Representing an international sports federation in a lawsuit for damages due to an alleged violation of personal rights
    • Representing pentathlete, Annika Schleu, in a criminal investigation regarding the accusation of an incident of animal cruelty at the Olympic Games 2021 in Tokyo
    • Assisting in the transfer of Alvaro Odriozola from Real Madrid to FC Bayern Munich
    • Representing Fenerbahce Istanbul in a sports law proceeding before CAS
    • Representing volleyball player in an anti-doping dispute before CAS
    • Representing the German Alpine Club (DAV) in an anti-doping dispute before CAS
    • Representing an organiser of national youth basketball leagues in a dispute concerning the validity of nationality clauses.
    • Advising the Drone Racing League on the organisation and implementation of a competition at the BMW Welt in Munich
    • Representing 1. FC Cologne in disciplinary proceedings before the Appeals Committee of the European Football Association (UEFA).
    Languages

    German, English, French (reading knowledge)

    Career History

    2017 – present
    Attorney at Law at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2014 – 2016
    Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of the District of Munich with internships abroad at the law firm Marcin & Lambirth LLP, Los Angeles, USA

    2008 – 2014
    Studied law at the University of Munich

    Memberships
    • German Association for Sports Law (DVSR) – Constance Working Group for German and International Sports Law
    • Working Group Sports Law of the German Bar Association (AG Sportrecht im Deutschen Anwaltsverein)
    • Network of Young Sports Lawyers (Junges Netzwerk für Sportrecht) (Co-Founder)
    • Young ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration)
    • DIS40 – German Initiative of Young Arbitrators
    • Munich Lawyers’ Association (Münchner Anwaltsverein)
    Speeches and Lectures

    2017 – present
    Lecturer for sports law at the Technical University of Munich

    2020 – present
    Lecturer for sports law at the German Sport University Cologne (Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln) (including the activity as arbitrator in a Moot Court Procedure)
    Lecturer for sports law/arbitration at the FIFA course on sports arbitration for executives in sports

    2020
    Lecturer for sports law/arbitration at the CIES/FIFA Master programme

    Publications
    • “Greenwashing in Sport”,

      David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / January 2024

      in: SpoPrax, 1/2024 (authors: David Menz, Dr. Tinusch Jalilvand, Juliane Schneider)
    • “The Development of Sports Law in 2023”,

      David Menz, Dr Heiner Kahlert/ November 2023

      in: NJW – Issue 46/2023, p. 3337 et seq, (authors: David Menz und Dr Heiner Kahlert)
    • “Das „IOC Strategic Framework on Human Rights“ – Vorgaben und Folgen für Sportverbände?”,

      David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2023

      in: SpoPrax 2/2023, p. 70 et seq. (authors: David Menz und Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Das Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – ein Schiedsgericht für finanzielle Streitigkeiten im Basketball”,

      David Menz / 2023

      in: Anne Mirjam Schneuwly/Yael Nadja Strub/Mirjam Koller Trunz (publisher), Sportverbandskommentar, 1. Edition (published on 20 July 2023)
    • “Wikinote on the Constitution of the arbitral tribunal at the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT)”,

      David Menz / 2023

      in: Jus Mundi, "The Tribunal's Constitution (BAT)"
    • “Die Entwicklung des Sportrechts im Jahr 2022”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz / 2022

      in: NJW 46/2022, p. 3334 et seq. (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz)
    • “Sporting Succession at FIBA”,

      Dr. Heiner Kahlert, David Menz / 2022

      in: Cambreleng Contreras/Samarth/Vandellós Alamilla (eds.), Sporting Succession in Football, Issue I-2022, p. 339 et seq. (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz)
    • “Going Green? A first look at the German Football League’s Sustainability Criteria”,

      David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: LawinSport, September 2022 (authors: David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Verrechtlichung der Nachhaltigkeit – der Sport als Vorreiter?”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: SpoPrax 7/2022, pp. 286 (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Das berechtigte Interesse an der Verarbeitung von Sportdaten nach Art. 6 I lit. f DSGVO”,

      David Menz, Dr. Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: SpoPrax 2/2022, pp. 60
    • “Die Entwicklung des Sportrechts im Jahr 2021”,

      David Menz, Dr. Heiner Kahlert / 2021

      in: NJW 51/2021, pp. 3700 (co-author: Dr. Heiner Kahlert)
    • “Political protest in football – is it time for a (legal) debate? Analysing FIFA’s regulations and recent actions in the Bundesliga”,

      Maximilian Wegge, David Menz / June 2020

      on: LawinSport, June 2020 (https://www.lawinsport.com/topics/item/political-protest-in-football-is-it-time-for-a-legal-debate-analysing-fifa-s-regulations-and-recent-actions-in-the-bundesliga)
    • “Implementing the Organizational Structures of Competitive Sports in eSports”,

      David Menz, Dr Paul Fischer / 2020

      in: Martin Maties (ed.), eSport-Recht - Politik, Praxis und Wissenschaft im Dialog (Tagungsband der Forschungsstelle für eSport-Recht), 2020, pp. 101-144
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  • Maximilian Wegge

    Attorney at Law
    Senior Associate
     
    Expertise
    • Law of federations and associations
    • IT and Media law, Digital Business
    • General legal advice in the field of sports, in particular on contract drafting, and on inner association court and disciplinary proceedings as well as arbitration proceedings
    Profile

    Maximilian Wegge joined the Martens Rechtsanwälte team in March 2019. Previously, during his legal traineeship, he worked for a law firm specialising in sports law. After completing his training, he joined a German commercial law firm in the field of media and entertainment. He therefore has experience in the areas of IT, media law and digital business.

    Maximilian is regularly involved in assisting associations and clubs in sports law matters. He also advises in connection with ordinary court or arbitration proceedings in the area of general civil law as well as corporate and association law. Maximilian is an honorary arbitrator in the arbitration tribunals of the lander Baden-Wuerttemberg and Saarland associations of a political party. In December 2023, Maximilian Wegge was appointed by the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice as an examiner for the Second State Examination in Law (civil law and the profession of a lawyer).”

    Awards

    Recognised by Who’s Who Legal as “Reccomended Lawyer – Sports and Entertainment (Germany)” in 2023 
    Recognised by Lexology with the Client Choice Award for Sports & Entertainment in Germany in 2022

    Notable Cases
    • Advising two IT start-ups on the topics of webshop terms and conditions and data protection
    • Advising an international sports federation on the revision of its athlete agreement and privacy policy
    • Advising an international sports federation on its dispute resolution mechanism for financial disputes
    • Advising a Bundesliga soccer club on the filing of a claim before FIFA’s Dispute Resolution Chamber
    • Representation of a Greek first division soccer club before CAS against claims for damages of a former player
    • Representation of Türkgücü München in a dispute regarding DFB Cup participation before association courts and state courts
    Languages

    German, English, French

    Career History

    2019 – present
    Attorney at Law at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2018 – 2019
    Attorney at Law at SKW Schwarz Rechtsanwälte

    2016 – 2018
    Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of the District of Munich with internships at, inter alia, the law firm Lentze Stopper (Munich)

    2012 – 2013
    Semester abroad at Jean-Moulin Lyon III University, Lyon (France)

    2010 – 2016
    Studies of law at Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich

     

     

     

     

    Memberships
    • Munich Bar Association
    • AG Sports Law in the German Bar Association
    • DIS-40 – German Initiative of Young Arbitration Lawyers
    • Young ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration)
    Speeches and Lectures

    2019 – present  
    Lectures on Sports Law at the Technical University of Munich

    Publications
    • “How Cryptocurrencies, Fan Tokens And NFTs Are Regulated In Germany”,

      Maximilian Wegge / 2023

      on: LawinSport, Februar 2023
    • “Kryptowährungen, Fan-Tokens und NFTs – ein Blick durch die Sportbrille”,

      Maximilian Wegge / 2022

      in: SpuRt 2022, 354
    • “Verrechtlichung der Nachhaltigkeit – der Sport als Vorreiter?”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: SpoPrax 7/2022, pp. 286 (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Political protest in football – is it time for a (legal) debate? Analysing FIFA’s regulations and recent actions in the Bundesliga”,

      Maximilian Wegge, David Menz / June 2020

      on: LawinSport, June 2020 (https://www.lawinsport.com/topics/item/political-protest-in-football-is-it-time-for-a-legal-debate-analysing-fifa-s-regulations-and-recent-actions-in-the-bundesliga)
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  • Dr Paul Fischer

    Attorney at Law
    Salary Partner
     
    Expertise
    • Litigation and arbitration in sports
    • Law of associations and federations
    • Data protection law
    Profile

    Dr Paul Fischer has been advising national and international sports federations for many years, in particular on the drafting and interpretation of rules and regulations, the preparation and implementation of board and general meetings, contract negotiations, data protection issues and sports-political affairs. Due to his expertise in the law of associations, Dr Paul Fischer is also regularly asked to chair general assemblies of sports federations.

    Paul Fischer has successfully represented clubs, athletes, agents and federations in numerous proceedings before national and international dispute resolution bodies (e.g. FIFA Football Tribunal) and arbitration courts (e.g. CAS) as well as before state courts.

    Paul Fischer also has many years of experience as a certified data protection officer for startups and companies in the sports industry. He is experienced in providing solutions for the specific data protection challenges sports federations are facing.

    Paul Fischer is an honorary association judge and lectures on “Dispute Resolution in Sport” at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

    Notable Cases
    • Permanent legal advice to several national and international sports federations
    • Advising on player transfers between clubs from the Bundesliga and the Premier League
    • Representation of top international soccer clubs in transfer disputes before CAS
    • Representation of several international sports federations before CAS in relation to actions taken as a result of the Ukraine war
    • Advising and representing Bundesliga soccer players in relation to eligibility issues
    • Legal Representation of a German Olympic athlete before the CAS
    Languages

    German, English

    Career History

    2006 – 2011
    Law degree from the University of Augsburg as scholarship holder of the “Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes”, including an abroad-internship in Beijing, China

    2011 – 2014
    Research assistant and lecturer on Civil Law at the University of Augsburg

    2012 – 2017
    Doctorate on the autonomy and exclusive structure of sports federations

    2014 – 2016
    Trainee lawyer at Higher Regional Court of Munich with clerkships i.a. at the German Football Association (DFB) and FC Bayern München AG

    2016 – 2020
    Lawyer at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2020 – 04/2023
    Lawyer at Lentze Stopper Rechtsanwälte

    05/2023 – present
    Lawyer at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    Memberships
    • Working Group Sports Law in the German Bar Association
    • Young Network Sports Law (Junges Netzwerk Sportrecht)
    • Young ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration)
    • Alumni Network of the German National Academic Foundation
    Speeches and Lectures

    May 2023
    Presentation “EU Anti-Trust Law and One-Place-Principle – Challenge to Coubertin’s Legacy” (EU-NOK Legal Counsel Meeting).

    2023 – present
    replacement lecturer for Lecture on sports law at the Technical University of Munich

    2018 – present
    Workshop on Dispute Resolution in Sports at the Munich Center for Dispute Resolution (Research Center of the LMU, Munich)

    Publications
    • “UEFA’s 2020/21 eligibility guidelines and the potential for legal challenges by clubs”,

      Paul Fischer / 2020/2021

      in: LawInSport, 10 July 2020 (co-author: Christian Keidel)
    • “Implementing the Organizational Structures of Competitive Sports in eSports”,

      David Menz, Dr Paul Fischer / 2020

      in: Martin Maties (ed.), eSport-Recht - Politik, Praxis und Wissenschaft im Dialog (Tagungsband der Forschungsstelle für eSport-Recht), 2020, pp. 101-144
    • “Wichtige Sportrechtsfaelle 2020”,

      Paul Fischer / 2020

      in: SpuRt - Zeitschrift für Sport und Recht, 1/2021, 6 seq. · 1 January 2021 (co-authors: Christian Keidel, Dr. Habil. Martin Stopper)
    • “Die Autonomie der Sportverbände: Mehr Rechtssicherheit durch zweckorientierte Inhaltskontrolle”,

      Paul Fischer / May 2019

      SpuRt 3/2019, p. 99-107
    • “Die Rolle des Ein-Platz-Prinzips in der Autonomie der Sportfachverbände. Eine Untersuchung der exklusiven Organisationsstrukturen im Sport”,

      Paul Fischer / July 2018

       [Publication in German] Peter Lang Verlag, Berlin 2018
    • “Standing to Appeal of Third Parties in Front of CAS”,

      Christian Keidel, Paul Fischer / December 2017

       Yearbook of International Sports Arbitration, Berlin, Heidelberg 2017, p. 41-59
    • “Supporter Excesses and Away Tickets – Contractual Constellations and Implications”,

      Paul Fischer / September 2017

       in: World Sports Advocate, Volume 15 Issue 9, September 2017, pp. 15-19 (co-author: Dr Tim Bagger von Grafenstein; revised and modified English Version of the publication in SpuRt)
    • “‘Auswärtstickets’ – Vertragliche Konstellationen und Implikationen am Beispiel der Fußball-Bundesliga”,

      Paul Fischer / Januar 2017

      SpuRt, 1/2017, pp. 5-9 (co-author: Dr Tim Bagger von Grafenstein)
    • “Juristisches Glossar”,

      Paul Fischer / March 2015

       in: Gier, Helmut (ed.), Paul von Stetten d. J. Selbstbiographie. Die Lebensbeschreibung des Patriziers und Stadtpflegers der Reichsstadt Augsburg (1731-1808). Vol. 2, Augsburg 2015, pp. 627-630 (co-author: Mehmet Pektas, Attorney at Law)
    • “Bankruptcy in early modern German territories”,

      Paul Fischer / January 2013

      in: Safley, Thomas Max (Hrsg.), The History of Bankruptcy. Economic, Social and Cultural Implications in Early Modern Europe, Oxon 2013, pp. 173-184
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  • Dr Tinusch Jalilvand

    Attorney at Law
    Associate
     
    Expertise
    • Human rights and sustainability in sport
    • Data Protection Law, in particular in sport as well as for businesses in the CSR/IT/media sectors
    • Criminal Law in Sport, with a focus on compliance
    Profile

    Dr Tinusch Jalilvand has been a member of our team since 2020. Previously, he worked at the law firms Hengeler Mueller and SWD Rechtsanwälte / ISICO Datenschutz GmbH as a research assistant and trainee lawyer respectively, and completed his doctorate at the Free University of Berlin.

    Tinusch Jalilvand primarily advises sports clubs, sports associations and companies. His focus is on issues of sustainability regulation (e.g. the inclusion of sustainability in licensing and other regulations, avoidance of greenwashing, etc.). He is particularly dedicated to the protection of human rights in sport, e.g.  the implementation of requirements of the German Supply Chain Act (Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz) and in the area of child and youth protection in sport.

    Furthermore, Tinusch Jalilvand is dedicated to data protection law, especially the challenges arising from the application of data protection law to sport. This work focuses in particular on the lawful exploitation of sport data and the protection of athletes’ privacy rights.

    Tinusch Jalilvand also advises clients from the sports sector on criminal law issues, in particular in the area of compliance.

    In addition to his work as a lawyer, Tinusch Jalilvand is active in the field of science. He holds several lectureships at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg / Center for Sustainability Management, including on sustainability regulation in sport, the protection of human rights in sport and the relationship between business and human rights.

    Furthermore, he is the inhouse counsel of the think tank “sportainable”, which is dedicated to the topics of sustainability and sport from a scientific perspective. At sportainable, Tinusch Jalilvand is also the project lead in various large research and consulting projects in the world of sport.

    Tinusch Jalilvand already dedicated his dissertation to various questions of human rights protection in atypical stakeholder structures, e.g. in relation to companies or in relation to data protection.

    Tinusch Jalilvand is himself a competitive athlete and active as a middle and long-distance runner. His heart beats for the marathon.

    Notable Cases
    • Advising sports federations on the implementation of sustainability and human rights in the federation’s regulations.
    • Advising Bundesliga clubs on legal issues of sustainability management (including legally compliant sustainability communication, e.g. in sustainability reporting and avoidance of greenwashing)
    • Advising Bundesliga clubs on human rights protection and the implementation of human rights due diligence (including the German Supply Chain Act) as well as on child protection in the analogue and digital space
    • Advising Bundesliga Clubs on compliance issues
    • Advising the World Basketball Association (FIBA) and the World Volleyball Federation (FIVB) on various legal issues
    • Advising various sports clubs, sports associations and companies on data protection issues, including the protection of data subjects’ rights and the implementation of data protection management systems
    • Advising various athletes on athletes’ rights (including in cases of bullying, doping etc.)
    • Advising the Modern Pentathlete Annika Schleu in the criminal investigation after the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
    Languages

    German, English, Farsi, Spanish (basic knowledge)

    Career History

    2021 – present
    Lawyer at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2022 – present
    Inhouse counsel and project lead at the think tank “sportainable”

    2022 – present
    Scientist and lecturer at Leuphana University Lüneburg (sustainability and human rights in sport and business)

    2021 
    Qualification as certified Data Protection Officer (TÜV) according to the GDPR and the new German Federal Data Protection Act

    2019 – 2021 
    Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin, including traineeships with SWD Rechtsanwälte / ISICO Datenschutz GmbH (Berlin) and Martens Rechtsanwälte (Munich)

    2015 – 2019
    Completed a doctorate at the Free University of Berlin as a scholarship holder of the State of Berlin and the Elsa-Neumann-Foundation for doctorate candidates of the State of Berlin

    2018
    Research term at the University of Hong Kong

    2016 – 2019
    Research Assistant at SWD Rechtsanwälte / ISICO Datenschutz GmbH

    2015 – 2016
    Research Assistant at Hengeler Mueller Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten

    2010 – 2014
    Student Assistant at the Chair of Criminology and Criminal Law at the Free University of Berlin

    2011 – 2012
    Semesters abroad at the University of Oxford und the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London

    2008 – 2014
    Studies of law at the Free University of Berlin as a scholarship holder of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation

    Memberships
    • Junges Netzwerk Sportrecht (JNSR)
    • Alumni of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation
    Speeches and Lectures

    Since 2022 

    Lectures at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Center for Sustainability Management:

    • “Legal aspects of sustainability and sustainability management in the sports business” (within the syllabus of the study program “Sustainability Management in Sport and Sports Business” co-initiated by the German Football League (Deutsche Fußballiga / DFL), participation of representatives of all clubs of the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga)
    • “The German Supply Chain Act and sustainable supply chain management”
    • “MBA Sustainability Management: Human Rights, Business and Supply Chains”

     

    2022
    Webinar on data protection in sport for sports federations

    2021
    Seminar on (inter alia) data protection law in sports at the Free University of Berlin

    2018 – present
    Lecturer for criminal law at the Humboldt University in Berlin

    Publications
    • “Greenwashing in Sport”,

      David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / January 2024

      in: SpoPrax, 1/2024 (authors: David Menz, Dr. Tinusch Jalilvand, Juliane Schneider)
    • “”,

      Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / December 2023

      in: Nomos Praxis-Newsletter Sportrecht 12/2023 (link to article in German)
    • “Protecting human rights in the digital sphere: Sustainable data processing (in sports) – Part 2”,

      Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / July 2023

      in: LawInSport 2023
    • “Protecting human rights in the digital sphere: Sustainable data processing (in sports) – Part 1”,

      Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / March 2023

      in: LawInSport 2023
    • “Das „IOC Strategic Framework on Human Rights“ – Vorgaben und Folgen für Sportverbände?”,

      David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2023

      in: SpoPrax 2/2023, p. 70 et seq. (authors: David Menz und Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Going Green? A first look at the German Football League’s Sustainability Criteria”,

      David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: LawinSport, September 2022 (authors: David Menz, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Verrechtlichung der Nachhaltigkeit – der Sport als Vorreiter?”,

      Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: SpoPrax 7/2022, pp. 286 (authors: Dr Heiner Kahlert, David Menz, Maximilian Wegge, Dr Tinusch Jalilvand)
    • “Das berechtigte Interesse an der Verarbeitung von Sportdaten nach Art. 6 I lit. f DSGVO”,

      David Menz, Dr. Tinusch Jalilvand / 2022

      in: SpoPrax 2/2022, pp. 60
    • “Der Einfluss der Volksrepublik China auf die Auslegung der Meinungsfreiheit im Internet”,

      Dr Tinusch Jalilvand / August 2021

      published by Duncker & Humblot
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  • Vishakh Ranjit

    Attorney at Law (India)
    Foreign Associate
     
    Expertise
    • Litigation and arbitration in sport
    • Legal advice on eSports, gaming and gambling laws
    • Criminal law
    Profile

    Vishakh Ranjit is an India-qualified attorney who works with Martens Rechtsanwälte as Of Counsel. He worked as Associate at a litigation chamber in New Delhi, India for multiple years, before undertaking a master’s degree in International Sports Law at ISDE, Madrid, and subsequently started working as an independent legal consultant. Since then, his practice has been focussing on sports law.

    Vishakh has worked with international sports federations, clubs and agencies in disputes, contractual issues and anti-doping matters. He has worked on disputes before the Court of Arbitration for Sport and internal judicial bodies of international sports federations such as FIFA, FIBA and FIVB. In addition, he is working as a case manager for the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal. Vishakh has also been appointed as Ad Hoc Clerk in CAS cases.

    In addition to his work with Martens Rechtsanwälte, Vishakh represents entities and individuals in the sports and gaming sectors in India including football clubs, agencies and Indian market leaders in Gaming & eSports. He also has considerable experience in litigation before Indian courts, especially in criminal cases.

    Languages

    English, Hindi

    Career History

    2021 – present
    Of-Counsel, Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2020 – present
    Independent Legal Consultant

    2019
    Master in International Sports Law, Instituto de Derecho y Economia (ISDE), Madrid

    2016 – 2018
    Associate, Wadhwa Law Chambers, New Delhi

    2011 – 2016
     B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) at National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore

     

    Memberships
    • Bar Council of Delhi
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  • Ling Goh

    Attorney at Law (Singapore)
    Trainee Lawyer
     
    Expertise
    • Litigation and Arbitration in sport
    • Legal advice in sports (especially with regards to employment and association law, organisation and governance in sports, eSports, and human rights)
    • Human rights in sports
    Profile

    Ling Goh has been a member of our team since 2022. Previously, Ling was working in Singapore as a certified lawyer since 2017, while she pursued her L.L.M. in Melbourne, Australia. Ling is completing her doctorate at University of Zurich in sports law and human rights.

    Ling Goh primarily works in sports dispute resolution, assisting in cases before international dispute resolution bodies. In particular, she has been appointed as Ad Hoc Clerk in many cases before the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS). Further, Ling advises athletes and sports associations, with focus on employment law, good governance and human rights. Ling Goh also teaches sports law at the University of Melbourne.

    In addition to her work in sports law, Ling Goh has extensive experience representing individuals and entities before Singapore courts, including the Court of Appeal (the highest court of Singapore).

    Outside of her work as a lawyer, Ling Goh is a national middle-distance runner, representing Singapore in multiple major competitions, and holds seven national records in running.

    Languages

    English, Chinese, German (basic)

    Career History

    2023 – present:
    Ph.D. at University of Zurich, Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut (Thesis on the Rights of Athletes (Sports and Human Rights) (expected completion 2025), before at University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School (March 2021 – September 2023)

    2022 – present:
    Trainee Lawyer at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2019 – 2023:
    Sport Scholarship and Elite Athlete Programme at University of Melbourne

    2021 – 2023:
    Melbourne Research Scholarship at University of Melbourne

    2021 – 2022:
    Sports Law Scholarship at Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA)

    Invited Visiting Student (PhD)/ Academic Guest at Faculty of Law (Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut), University of Zürich

    Assistant to Arbitrator in sports arbitration proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CH) and Sport Resolutions (UK)

    2021
    Visiting researcher at the Centre of Asian Legal Studies, National University of Singapore and the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law

    2019 – 2020
    Master of Law (LL.M.) at University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School

    2017 – 2021:
    Legal Associate (Litigation/ Corporate Department) at Edmond Pereira Law Corporation

    2011 – 2015
    Bachelor of Laws, Honours (LL.B.) at National University of Singapore (NUS), Faculty of Law

    2011 – 2013
    Sports Scholarship at National University of Singapore

    Memberships
    • Advocate and Solicitor at the Supreme Court of Singapore
    • Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association
    • Asian Society of International Law
    • Singapore Academy of Law
    • Law Society of Singapore
    Speeches and Lectures

    since 2022
    Lecturer and Tutor for LAWS20011 Sport and the Law (Full Teaching Load), Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

     

    Publications
    • “The evolution of a human rights-based approach to participation and gender eligibility in women’s sports”,

      Ling Goh, Juliane Schneider / May 2024

      in: LawInSport, Blogpost 31 May 2024 (Authors: Ling Goh, Juliane Schneider)
    • “Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter and Freedom of Expression”,

      Ling Goh / 2022

      in The Regulatory Review, 22 March 2022
    • “The Credibility of the Court of Arbitration for Sport”,

      Chui Ling Goh, Jack Anderson / 2022

      in 13(2) Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law 233, 2022 (authors: Chui Ling Goh and Jack Anderson)
    • “A Comparative Case Study of Match-Fixing Laws in Singapore, Australia, Germany, And Switzerland”,

      Björn Hessert, Chui Ling Goh / 2022

      in 17 Asian Journal of Comparative Law 286, 2022 (authors: Björn Hessert and Chui Ling Goh)
    • “Gender Fluidity in Sports”,

      Chui Ling Goh, Björn Hessert / 2021

      in 2International Sports Law Review 20, 2021 (authors: Chui Ling Goh and Björn Hessert)
    • “The Challenges of Regulating Doping and Non-Doping Performance Enhancing Strategies”,

      Chui Ling Goh / 2021

      in International Sports Law Journal 47, 2021
    • “Sun Yang Eligible For 2024 Paris Olympics: WADA V Sun Yang & FINA – 2nd CAS Award”,

      Chui Ling Goh / 2021

      in LawInSport, 22 July 2021
    • “The Social License to Operate in Esports: The Glorification of Violence, Discrimination, and Gaming Addiction in Esports”,

      Chui Ling Goh / 2021

      in 14(1) Australia and New Zealand Sports Law Association Journal 139, 2021
    • “To what extent does the Paralympic Games promote the integration of disabled persons into society?”,

      Chui Ling Goh / 2020

      International Sports Law Journal 36 (DOI 10.1007/s40318-020-00164-w), 2020
    • “Promoting safe sports in Singapore: education, due diligence and disciplinary processes”,

      Chui Ling Goh / 2020

      in LawInSport, 19 June 2020
    • “The opportunities & challenges facing an emerging sports law jurisdiction”,

      Chui Ling Goh / 2020

      in LawInSport, 28 May 2020
    • “Investigation and Legal Report on Players’ Health and Safety”,

      Chui Ling Goh, John Didulica / 2019

      (Lightning Events), Professional Football Australia, 2019, (authors: Chui Ling Goh and John Didulica)
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  • Janet Reinhold

    Office Manager,
    BAT Case Manager
    European Secretary
     
    Expertise
    • Office management, event management, marketing and electronic data processing management
    • Development and implementation of innovative dispute resolution systems
    • Administration and organisation of various institutional courts of arbitration
    • Further development, planning and implementation of internal projects; devising corresponding training programmes and providing training courses
    Profile

    As an employee from the very beginning, Janet Reinhold has had a significant influence on our corporate culture. She worked closely with Dr Dirk-Reiner Martens for more than 20 years and played a key role in the founding of our firm.

    Having previously worked for many years in an international commercial law firm, Janet is very familiar with the competent administrative support of international projects, extensive due diligence mandates and arbitration proceedings. There, she also headed up the in-house training team. As part of this role, she supported the programming and enhancement of the firm’s proprietary lawyer software, developed comprehensive training plans and user manuals, and was responsible for the rollout of the software as well as for the training courses in Germany and abroad.

    As office manager of our law firm, Janet keeps all the threads of the office organisation together. She is the first point of contact for our lawyers and clients in all organisational matters. As an impulse generator and project manager, she is also tirelessly committed to the further development and successful implementation of internal and client-related projects. This includes, in particular, the organisation and support of internal and external events, such as the BAT User Conference, as well as the further development and implementation of our IT.

    In addition, Janet has extensive experience in the administration of dispute resolution mechanisms. Since 1998 she has been coordinating the FIBA Appeals’ Panel.  Furthermore, she has been instrumental in the development and continuous expansion of the administrative and technical concept of two institutional arbitration tribunals developed and administered by our law firm: the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT) and the Court of Innovative Arbitration (COIA). Janet is a case manager and accounts manager for these institutions.

    Languages

    German, English, French, Russisch (Grundkenntnisse)

    Career History

    2009 – present
    Office Manager at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2007 – present
    Accounts Manager at the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT)

    1998 – present
    Case Manger at the FIBA Appeals’ Panel

    1996 – 2009
    Partner’s Personal Assistant and Head of the Secretarial Training Department at Beiten Burkhardt (Munich)

    1996
    Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management from the Institute of Administrative Management (Telford, UK)

    1995 – 1996
    Bachelor of Arts degree in European Administration from the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside (Hull, UK)

    1994 – 1995
    Studied at the Merkur Academy (Karlsruhe), qualifying as a State-accredited European Secretary

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Linda McCracken

    Assistant
    Office Clerk
     
    Expertise
    • Administrative and Assistance work, Client Relationship and Support
    • Travel Management
    • Bookkeeping / Accounts Payable
    Profile

    Linda McCracken joined Martens Rechtsanwälte in 2009. She had already worked previously for many years with the firm’s founder, Dr Dirk-Reiner Martens, and his team in an international commercial law firm.

    Thanks to her extensive experience with the work processes in international law firms, Linda has supported the establishment and development of the law firm from the very beginning. As an assistant, she not only supports the entire Martens team but also attaches great importance to the cooperation with the clients.

    Linda is responsible for accounts payable and account management as well as the organisation of all business travel for our team. In addition, she supports the entire office management, especially during events.

    Languages

    English, German, Spanish (reading knowledge)

    Career History

    2009 – present
    Assistant at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2006 – 2009
    Assistant at Kirkland & Ellis (Munich)

    2000 – 2005
    Assistant at Clifford Chance (Munich) and qualifying as Buerokauffrau (office clerk)

    1991 – 1998
    Assistant at Beiten Burkhardt Mittl & Wegener (Munich)

    1987 – 1991
    Training as a Legal Assistant at Clifford Chance (London)

    1980 – 1987
    Assistant at Lloyds Bank (London), Clearing and Administration Department

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  • Carmen Paulsen

    BAT Case Manager
    Translator and Interpreter
     
    Expertise
    • Administration of the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT)
    • Case Managment
    Profile

    Carmen Paulsen joined the team at Martens Rechtsanwälte in 2011. Since December 2013 she has been a Case Manager to the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT), which was developed by Martens Rechtsanwaelte. As a case manager,  she is acting as  the link between the parties and the arbitrators in BAT arbitration proceedings. Carmen is responsible for setting and monitoring deadlines for incoming payments and the submission of documents. She is dealing with correspondence to parties and answering general queries regarding the BAT.

    Languages

    German, English and French

    Career History

    2011 – present
    BAT Case Manager at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2004 – 2011
    Assistant at Escada AG (Munich)

    2001 – 2004
    Assistant at Beiten Burkhardt (Munich)

    1996 – 1998
    Studied at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich

    1998 – 2001
    Qualified as a State-certified translator and interpreter, specialising in business and economics (English and French), from the Institute of Foreign Languages in Munich

     

     

     

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  • Eva Hatalova

    BAT Case Manager
    Paralegal
     
    Expertise
    • Administration of the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT)
    • Case Management
    Profile

    Eva Hatalova joined the team at Martens Rechtsanwälte in 2022. Since May 2022 she has been a Case Manager to the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT) founded by Dirk-Reiner Martens, acting as the link between the parties and the arbitrators in BAT arbitration proceedings. She is responsible for setting and monitoring deadlines for incoming payments and the submission of documents, dealing with correspondence to parties and answering general queries regarding the BAT.

    Languages

    Slovak (mother tongue)
    English, Czech, (fluent)
    Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian (advanced),
    Polish, German, French (basic)

    Career History

    2022 – present
    BAT Case Manager at Martens Rechtsanwälte

    2022 – present
    Operations Associate at Vertrical GmbH

    2020 – 2021
    Financial Advisor & Paralegal at Tatra Banka Slovakia

    2018 – 2020
    Co-Founder and Manager at BIOBA

    2017 – 2018
    Executive & Legal Assistant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers Slovakia

    2016 – 2017
    Legal Intern  at UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

    2012 – 2018
    Studied International & European Law at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in Den Haag, Netherlands (Specialisation: International Criminal & Humanitarian Law)

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