Maximilian primarily advises on national and international tax law, as well as on business successions and estate planning. His work includes the establishment, reorganization or dissolution of family-owned corporate structures, as well as matrimonial property law and advice on wills. Due to his great passion for international affairs and not least because of his own professional stays in the USA, Canada, and Israel, Maximilian often advises on cross-border matters. In addition to entrepreneurial families and high-net-worth individuals in Germany and abroad, his clientele includes both charitable and private foundations, as well as trusts. In various rankings, he is considered a "rising star" in advising private clients in Germany.
- Joined POELLATH in 2010
- Research associate at the Max Planck Research Center for Tax Law and Public Finance (2010)
- Admitted to bar in 2009, admitted as tax advisor in 2013
- Law Clerk to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel (2007)
- Legal trainee at a major American law firm in Charlotte (USA, 2005)
- Studied law and economics in Bayreuth, Duke (USA, LL.M. 2005), Nuremberg, Munich and Leipzig (Ph.D. 2011, awarded the Feldbausch prize of the University of Leipzig)