We offer our clients tailored advice in all areas connected to compliance.
We typically begin by analysing the risk areas identified by the client. This includes collecting details of the company’s current internal compliance regulations and assessing client-specific risks with regard to antitrust law, employment law, data protection and anti-corruption. Together with our clients we develop, structure and implement a Compliance Management System (CMS) on the basis of this risk analysis. A typical CMS includes establishment of a compliance organisation with appropriate response scenarios and reporting structures, development of a risk matrix including checks adapted to the specific risks, and design of training including preparation for possible inspections.
We support and regularly take over the performance of extensive internal investigations. Our work in this regard is assisted by our long-standing experience in conducting interviews and IT-supported data analysis.
One thing our consultancy services focus on is offering strategic advice to executive managers concerning the legal requirements to which they are subject on account of continually expanding legal and judicial requirements.
born 1990, university studies in Tübingen, funded by Germany’s National Scholarship Programme, postgraduate judicial service training in Stuttgart (with postgraduate studies at DUV Speyer), admitted as attorney in 2018
Specialisation: Trade and corporate law, M&A, compliance
Markus Jurawitz mainly advises companies with regard to transactions and restructuring. In addition to this, he advises companies and their shareholders in the area of general corporate law and in developing contractual relationships. In the area of compliance, Mr Jurawitz provides counsel on matters relating to companies’ anti-money laundering obligations (e.g. requirement to notify the transparency register). Prior to joining BROCK MÜLLER ZIEGENBEIN, Mr Jurawitz was part of a law firm in Stuttgart specialising in shareholder litigation and liability of executive bodies.
Memberships: Academic Association for Corporate and Company Law (VGR) e.V.