Frank Meckes has extensive experience in the field of litigation and arbitration. He advises German and international clients in complex commercial disputes, in particular in relation to German and international M&A transactions, corporate fraud, D&O, professional and product liability as well as on large scale commercial and corporate disputes. He further advises businesses on crisis management in relation to white-collar crime. His arbitration experience covers both domestic and international arbitration under the auspices of institutional rules as well as ad-hoc arbitration. Together with Karl Wach, Frank Meckes is co-author and editor of the book "Tactics in M&A Arbitration". Frank Meckes is both qualified as a German lawyer and has graduated in business administration. Apart from dealing with the legal assertion of the case he therefore also conducts and leads the inquires into the economic facts, in particular in cases of fraudulent nature. Before founding WACH + MECKES LLP, Frank Meckes had been working in the Litigation / Arbitration Group of a leading international law firm in Munich and London since 2002 where he was responsible for the group’s M&A litigation and arbitration practice.
Frank Meckes speaks German and English.
- Studies in business administration at the University of Cooperative Education (Finance Centre) in Stuttgart
- Law studies at the University of Freiburg i.Br.
- Admission to the bar 2002
- Partner at WACH + MECKES LLP since 2009