Dr. Roman Wexler-Uhlich

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  • Dr. Roman Wexler-Uhlich
  • Dr. Roman Wexler-Uhlich

Roman advises corporations, shareholders, directors and officers on both national and cross-border issues in commercial law and liability. He also advises and represents clients in disputes before state courts as well as national and international arbitral tribunals and also sits as an arbitrator.

Roman studied law at the University of Münster. Before joining BRP in 2019, he worked in Dispute Resolution with Gleiss Lutz, spent a few months with a city law firm in London, and was a partner at the corporate law boutique Kuhn Carl Norden Baum in Stuttgart.

Roman is a member of the German Arbitration Institute (DIS) and the German-British Jurists Association. He has also been called to the Bar of England & Wales (MT 2014).

Dr. Roman Wexler-Uhlich speaks German, English, Dutch and Spanish.

Papers/Articles

  • On the competence of the insolvency administrator to choose a forum, ZIP 2015, 1213 ff. (with Dr. Simon Wagner)
  • Commercial intermediary contracts in insolvency – Authorised dealer contracts, BB 2011, 519 ff. (with Dr. Eric Wagner)
  • Commercial intermediary contracts in insolvency – Commercial agency contracts, BB 2010, 2454 ff. (with Dr. Eric Wagner)
  • Judging against the legislator? – On the effectiveness of contributions by paying back-and-forth after the „Cash-Pool II“ decision of the Federal Court of Justice, NZG 2009, 1327 ff. (with Dr. Martin Schockenhoff)


Publications

  • Advisory involvement in collegiate bodies: A dogmatic analysis using the example of the law of the organisation of local communities, 2007 (Dissertation).

The JUVE Handbook German Commercial Law Firms (2018/2019) writes about Roman:

  • „[…] one would rather find Wexler-Uhlich in the courtroom defending damages claims against top management. There, competitors have perceived him as an ‚excellent jurist‘.“


JUVE quotes competitors on Roman:

  • „professionally very competent“ (JUVE Handbuch 2018/2019)
  • „smart and clever“ (JUVE Handbuch 2018/2019)

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