MYLAWOFFICE

Mrs. Nathalie M. Salibian-Waltz

Marbachweg 330

60320 Frankfurt

Fon: 069 - 98 66 96 16

Fax: 069 - 98 66 91 26

Email: law@mylawoffice.eu


 

About MYLAW OFFICE


Thank you for visiting my website.


My name is Nathalie M. Salibian-Waltz, I have been practising German law in Frankfurt am Main since 1997, and was admitted as English solicitor in 2002. I work exclusively in private law. My focus is on distribution contracts, agreements and licenses for companies with an expertise in English law and for cross-border agreements.


In 2009 MYLAW OFFICE was founded, a German law firm which provides legal advice in German, English and European law.


Today MYLAW OFFICE completes ideally and strategically my acquired professional experience in Germany and England: my competences include data protection law (marketing and sharing of leads), distribution law (licenses, distribution agreements and non-compete obligations), insolvency law (bankruptcy and foreclosure) and banking and capital market law (revocation of loan contracts, liability for bad investment).


Strategic solutions, leveraging your objectives and structuring your business relationships are the focus of my practice. Whether you require single legal advice or a long-term legal work my approach combines know-how and expertise and distinguishes itself by a sense for the particularities of your case.


I will support you with my experience when it comes to specific legal steps to settle out-of-court lawsuits or legal proceedings seems necessary.


I advise comprehensively, promptly and personally. I point out potential risks and pitfalls, but at the same time suggest feasible solutions.


I look forward to working for you on your case!


Rechtsanwältin
Nathalie M. Salibian Waltz
& Solicitor

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