Felix Jaeger advises on Corporate Law, especially Corporate Transactions, Compliance, Corporate Governance as well as Corporate Litigation. 

One of Felix’s focusses is the Energy and Utilities sector, and a key area of his work are Renewables. He is a Legal Tech enthusiast.

In addition to advising in a number of mid-cap acquisitions, Felix recently created a legal tech solution for sanctions compliance in a large enterprise operating globally. He has represented his clients in a number of complex shareholder disputes. Finally, Felix has significant experience in advising family firms.

Felix studied law in Hamburg (Bucerius Law School), Paris (Panthéon-Sorbonne), and Oxford. During his legal traineeship, he clerked at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg and the German Federal Ministry of Justice in Berlin. Before joining Osborne Clarke, he worked as a research associate at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law and as an associate for a boutique corporate law firm in Hamburg.