Marlene Maesch concentrates on insolvency law litigation and company law related to insolvency proceedings.
She has gained experience over several years in complex insolvency-related disputes. Her focus is on disputes involving rights of rescission, capital provision and preservation and on liability actions against board members of insolvent companies.
Before she started working as a litigator, Marlene Maesch was a member of the insolvency practice team in our Düsseldorf and Hamburg offices for more than five years, enabling her to gain in-depth insolvency law expertise from a practical perspective.
Before joining White & Case in 2007, Marlene Maesch worked as insolvency law litigator and corporate law litigator. In addition, she handled insolvency law matters working as an in-house lawyer in the legal department of a major German bank.
"Current Information on German Legislative Changes in respect of the Right to Challenge Detrimental Acts (Neuregelungen im Anfechtungsrecht nach tagesaktuellem Stand)", May 31, 2017: PraxisFORUM Insolvenzanfechtung, Frankfurt
Concurrent Rights to Challenge Detrimental Acts – Can transactions in "bad faith" expose creditors to the risk of paying twice? (Commentary on the Federal Court of Justice, Germany, decision of 8 September 2016 – IX ZR 151/14), Der Betrieb, Issue 20/2017, pp. 1131-1133 (Konkurrierende Anfechtungsansprüche – „Bösgläubigkeit“ und Gefahr der Doppelzahlung?)
Prussian taxes under the aspect of tax equity (Preußische Steuern unter dem Aspekt der Steuergerechtigkeit), Dissertation, Berlin, 2004