Name: Florian Bünger
Firm Name: DIKE Schindhelm
Jurisdiction: Italy
Practice Area: German Business Law

Telephone: +39 051 0331955
Fax: +39 051 0331946
Email: florian.buenger@schindhelm.com

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Professional Biography:

Florian Bünger is mainly active in the framework of the commercial relations between Italy and German-speaking countries, providing legal assistance to Italian and foreign companies in particular in the area of commercial and company law. At Dike Schindhelm e is a member of the German Desk with responsibility for the area of German law.

He has also significant experience in providing assistance to German companies vis-à-vis Italian insolvency procedures or companies that face a situation of business distress.

On the basis of his education and experience his activity comprises in particular also representation of his clients in German courts, in particular in commercial and employment litigation, legal assistance in connection with the setting up of a new business, negotiation of international contracts (in particular with a German contractual party) and transnational execution of titles.

Background: 

Since 2012 Florian Bünger is a partner of Dike Schindhelm.

Between 2003 and 2012 Florian Bünger was a collaborator of a commercial law office in Bologna (Italy).

Since 2003 he is admitted to the bar in Berlin as a German lawyer and since 2006 in Bologna as an Italian lawyer.

In 1999 he has graduated from the University of Berlin (Freie Universität) in legal studies; in 1995/96 he has studied at the University of Bologna as an ERASMUS student. In 1999/2000 he completed his education with a masters degree in international economic law obtained from the University of Warwick (UK). He spent the subsequent legal training at the Berlin Courts of appeal.

Florian Bünger is a member of the Deutsch-Italienischen Juristenvereinigung (Italian-German lawyers‘ association).

Reference:

  • Legal assistance in favour of an important German industry group and its affiliates in the automotive industry in various issues vis-à-vis the organs of an Italian insolvency procedure in the framework of both out of court negotiations and the various judicial proceedings initiated by the respective parties in connection with the preceding supply relationship.
  • Legal assistance in favour of an Italian company in connection with the acquisition of an Austrian company in the sports apparel industry.
  • Leal assistance in favour of an Italian company in connection with the restructuring of its German affiliate in the fashion industry.

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