Nadine Lubojanski

Nadine Lubojanski

Senior Associate
Munich

Email nadine.lubojanski@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 89 290 12 150

Fax +49 89 290 12 222

LanguagesEnglish, German, Portugiesisch

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Nadine Lubojanski advises our clients, including numerous DAX 30 and Fortune 500 companies, on compliance issues and issues regarding commercial criminal law.

She advises on the setup and audit of compliance systems, inter alia, on whistleblowing structures and business partner compliance. In addition to the introduction of various business partner compliance systems, she has also provided in house support to the compliance department of a EuroStoxx company in the implementation of business partner due diligence.

Further, Nadine advises clients on the execution of cross-border, internal investigations and is experienced in accompanying searches by German and European authorities.

Thanks to her language skills, she has also supported our office in São Paulo on site with the largest commercial criminal law investigation in Brazil.

Education and admissions

Education

Second State Exam in Law, Bavaria, 2015

First State Exam in Law, University of Regensburg, 2013

Memberships

Munich Bar Association

Representative experience

Executing an internal investigation for and the defense of a Fortune 500 company from the automobile industry and advising on compliance issues.

Executing an internal investigation for Eletrobrás related to allegations of corruption, bribery and cartelization for large public construction contracts.

Supporting a world leading sportswear manufacturer (Fortune 500) in investigating international bribery allegations against one of its business partners.

Advising an international technology company on compliance due diligence, in particular on possible corruption issues concerning M&A transactions.

Supporting the compliance department of a EuroStoxx company related to newly formed and introduced policies and procedures for commissioning and auditing third parties.

Advising a global manufacturer of medical devices on updating its global compliance system, in particular on updating policies, procedures and organizational structure.

Executing a cross-border internal investigation for a leading financial institution related to possible violations of EU and US sanctions.

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