MYLAW OFFICE

RECHTSANWÄLTIN
Nathalie M. Salibian-Waltz
& SOLICITOR (England & Wales)

Marbachweg 330

60320 Frankfurt

Fon: 069 - 98 66 96 16

Fax: 069 - 98 66 91 26

Email: nsalibian-waltz@mylawoffice.eu


 


Welcome to MYLAW OFFICE


 
My name is Nathalie M. Salibian Waltz, I have been working in the advocate sector for 20 years. As a trained German lawyer and English solicitor, I have been practicing German and English contract law for business and private clients and I am therefore in the unique position to specifically draw your attention to the neuralgic points in a cross-border negotiation and identify potential risks or pitfalls for you when dealing in the English jurisdiction or vice versa.
 
In 2009 MYLAW OFFICE was founded, a German law firm which provides legal advice in German and English law. As a lawyer, I have already provided legal support numerous cross-border projects and transactions.

 
Structuring, advising and reviewing commercial contracts, licenses as well as legal support and legal due diligence at an acquisition of shares in a business are the focus of my practice. Whether you require single legal advice or a long-term legal activity from me my legal services combine know-how and expertise in the major areas of my practice: contract law, commercial and corporate law and data protection law in English-German transactions.
 
I will support you with my experience when it comes to legal advice, specific legal steps need to be taken such as settlement of out-of-court lawsuits or even legal proceedings seem necessary.
 
I advise comprehensively, promptly and personally.
 
Get into Contact and get an appointment!

Rechtsanwältin
Nathalie M. Salibian Waltz
& Solicitor

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The UK Referendum will take place on 23 June 2016. Although the eventual exit route is hard to predict in the medium term there will be some European regime in place which would still affect the UK post Brexit. Single market access is a key element in the trade arrangements between the England and Germany. […]