Dr. Philipp Gergen, LL.M. (Exeter)

Rechtsanwalt (Lawyer), certified specialist in banking and capital markets law
Associated Partner
Practice Group: Compliance & Investigations

Philipp Gergen is an associated partner based in Noerr’s Frankfurt office. Philipp advises national and international clients on complex investigations by the authorities and internal investigations. One of his key focuses is on matters requiring complementary knowledge of compliance-relevant and technical or digital issues. Philipp also has in-depth experience in banking and capital markets and as a litigation lawyer before the German courts. His special sector-related expertise also includes the banking and automotive sectors.

Expertise

  • Internal Investigations 
  • Compliance 
  • Banking and capital market law
  • Litigation 

Career

  • Studied law at the Saarland University
  • Master of Laws in International Business Law (LL.M.) at the University of Exeter (UK)
  • Doctorate and scientific assistant at the chair of Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Michael Martinek at the Chair of Civil Law, Commercial and Business Law, International Private Law and Comparative Law at the University of Saarland
  • Magister in Administrative Sciences (Mag. rer. publ.) at the German University of Administrative Sciences, Speyer
  • Working in-house at a state enterprise promoting international cooperation, specialising in digitalisation and sustainability
  • Secondment in the legal department of a major German bank
  • At Noerr since 2015
  • Admitted to the bar of Frankfurt am Main

Memberships

  • Membership in Arbeitsgemeinschaft Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht im Deutschen Anwaltverein

Selected Publications

  • Compliance vor und bei Cyberangriffen – Pflichten der Geschäftsleitung und deren konkrete Umsetzung in der Praxis (mit Dr. Julia Sophia Habbe), Corporate Compliance 2020, S. 281 ff.
  • Entscheidungsbesprechung des Bayerischen Oberlandesgerichts vom 08.04.2020 (1 AR 7/20) zu Fragen des Bank- und Internationalen Rechts, Zeitschrift für Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht 2020, S.188 ff.
  • Systemrelevanz und staatliche Verflechtung - ein Beitrag zur neuen Marktinfrastruktur für außerbörsliche Derivate unter Einschaltung einer zentralen Gegenpartei, juris Monatszeitschrift 4/2015, S. 139 ff.
  • Rechtsfragen der Regulierung außerbörslicher derivativer Finanzinstrumente - Zur neuen Marktinfrastruktur in der Europäischen Union, den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika und Singapur, Dissertation 2015