Markus Böhme is a member of the Practice Area Environmental, Planning & Regulatory. He focuses on energy law and advises national and international clients on all transactions in this field.
He is regularly consulted for regulatory matters against the backdrop of the liberalisation of the energy sector. Furthermore, he advises on all aspects of energy supply (gas, electricity, local and district heating) and on renewable energy. Among others, he can use his experience gained through a secondment in the legal department of a large German energy supplier. He is involved in M&A transactions on a regular basis and has represented clients in numerous processes in front of the Intermediate Court of Appeals (Oberlandesgericht) as well as in front of the German Federal Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof).
Following his studies of law at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, he received his PhD in 2008. Markus Böhme participated in a Master of Laws program (LL.M.) at Nottingham Trent University.