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Mark Uwe Pawlytta

Partner

Head of Succession and Foundation Law

Location Frankfurt am Main
THE SQUAIRE Am Flughafen
60549 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.+49 69 951195012
Mobil+49 172 2361484

mpawlytta@kpmg-law.com

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Consulting focus

Corporate Law, M&A:

Succession and foundation law

General corporate law

Corporate and Post-M&A Litigation

Litigation & Arbitration:

Litigation before state courts (litigation)

Mediation and arbitration

 

Qualifications

  • Lawyer
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Biography

Mark Uwe Pawlytta has been handling asset protection for entrepreneurs, private individuals and foundations for more than 20 years and heads this area of KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH in Germany.

Whether wills, prenuptial agreements, gifts, health care proxies or foundation solutions: Our KPMG network enables us to provide excellent advice, even in international cases.

As a member of the board of zentUma e. V. (Center for Corporate Succession at the University of Mannheim), he is pleased to critically accompany legislative projects and to train lawyers and tax consultants in the field of corporate succession.

Vita

  • 2011 KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
  • 2008 SZA Schilling, Zutt & Anschütz Rechtsanwalts AG
  • 2003 Shearman & Sterling LLP
  • 2001 Flick Gocke Schaumburg
  • 2001 Admission to the bar
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