Roland Braatz advises and represents national and international companies and private parties in legal disputes both in the pre-litigation stage as well as in court. He specialises in litigation management and arbitration. He specialises in the areas of insolvency appeal law, manager liability law, commerce and corporate law, and building and architecture law.
Roland Braatz advises and represents companies and private parties in legal disputes in the pre-litigation stage as well as in court. He has extensive experience in the area of litigation management and out-of-court settlements through comparative solutions. Roland Braatz specialises in the area of litigation for management level liability, in which he can represent either plaintiff or defendant. Further focal points of his practice are construction and architectural law, commercial and corporate law as well as insolvency appeal law.
Roland Braatz an associate at GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB. Before joining GÖRG, he was a lawyer at one of the leading insolvency law firms in Germany, in the area of legal proceedings and contract drafting.
After completing his training as a bank clerk, Roland Braatz studied law at the University of Rostock. He finished his legal training in Schwerin with a clerkship at a German-wide insolvency law firm.
He was admitted to the bar in 2003.