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Nadine Lubojanski


Nadine Lubojanski
English, German
Practice Group

Nadine Lubojanski advises clients in the area of Investigations, White Collar and Fraud. Her main focus lies in compliance and internal investigations. Nadine mainly advises clients from the automotive, life sciences, consumer goods, IT and transportation sectors.

Nadine worked, inter alia, at the Public Prosecutor's Office as well as corporate and criminal law firms during her legal training at the Superior Court of Justice of Nuremberg. She gained professional international experience working at an internationally networked law firm in São Paulo, Brazil. While working at our firm, she provided inhouse support for a world's leading automotive company (Euro-Stoxx 50).

Representative experience

Advising a world’s leading technologies and industrial company (fortune 500) on product related operating licences and potential civil product liability.

Advising an internationally operating technology company on compliance due diligence, in particular on possible bribery issues concerning M&A transactions.

Supporting a globally operating company in the biochemistry field with regulatory and lobbying assistance regarding the Nagoya Protocol and Regulation (EU) 511/2014.

Supporting a world's leading sports equipment company (fortune 500) with investigating international bribery allegations against one of his business partners.

Advising a globally acting manufacturer of medical devices on updating its global compliance system, in particular on updating policies and procedure, setting up the corresponding organisation and implementing the new compliance system.

Advising a globally operating manufacturer of medical devices on legal questions arising due to breach of duties by General Director of the Russian entity, in particular on possibilities of limiting the General Director's authority and the potential dismissal of the same.

Education and admissions


  • Second State Exam in Law, Bavaria, 2015
  • First State Exam in Law, University of Regensburg, 2013

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