Markus Sträter, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Traffic Law, Construction Law, Public Law, Environmental Law, Lease Law. Member of Aulinger & Spieker.
Sträter, Markus was born on September 7, 1962 in Bochum, Germany.
Bochum (Erstes Juristisches Staatsexamen, 1987). Spoken languages: German and English.
Worked at Aulinger & Spieker (Dortmund) specializing in General Practice and Litigation, Corporate, Commercial, Banking, Antitrust, Unfair Competition, International and European Economic Community Law, Copyrights, Environmental Law, Construction and Engineering Contracts, Franchise and Factoring, Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights, Debt Collection. Real Estate, Merger and Acquisition, Products Liability, Labor, Co-Determination, Tax, Arbitration, Administrative and Public, Building and Planning, Notaries, Reversion of nationalized enterprises and real estate to private ownership in the eastern parts of Germany. Admitted to the bar, 1991, Germany.
Author: "Environmental Hazards and Duties of Disclosure," 1995. Lecturer for Environmental Law at Professional School. Member: German Bar Association (Traffic Law Section and Public Law Section).
The merger of the old established law firms of Aulinger, Bottke, Knälmann (est. in 1948 by the late J. H. Dufhues, former Minister of the Interior in the State of North-Rhine-Westfalia) with their principal offices in Bochum and that of the Dortmund based firm of Spieker, Holtermann, Duvernell, Dieckhöfer & Partners (est. in 1904) became effective as of January 1, 1997. The firm offers a full range of legal services, focusing on commercial matters, through its offices at Bochum, Dortmund, Leipzig, Dresden and Erfurt.
Member: German Bar Association (Traffic Law Section and Public Law Section).