Marc-Philipp Lücke represents clients in civil disputes, in particular with a focus on insolvency law. He advises national and international companies on all aspects of insolvency and restructuring law.
His main focus is on advising on the liability of management in insolvency. His areas of expertise also include the judicial or extra-judicial defence and assertion of claims based on voidable legal actions or liability provisions as well as advising and assisting companies in liquidation proceedings.
By working for various insolvency administrators, he gained in-depth knowledge of their procedures, which he can draw on for advice. In addition to extensive corporate insolvencies, he was also involved in complex court mandates with references to insolvency law.
He studied law in Tübingen and Heidelberg. Since 2022 he lectures at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University about insolvency law as part of the Digital Business Management degree program.
Most recently, Marc-Philipp published about the case law of the 2nd Civil Senate of the Federal Court of Justice in corporate law and liability risks in connection with letters of comfort.