Nils Möhring is a lawyer at MKRG and specialises in the fields of employment law, financing and corporate law.
He advises German and international companies as well as executives in all areas of individual and collective employment law, including litigation and representation before the conciliation board (works constitutional law).
Nils Möhring regularly advises interim managers, providers, HR service providers as well as companies on all questions relating to interim management. His expertise ranges from drafting and negotiating contracts to disguised employment but also includes extrajudicial and judicial disputes.
In the field of financing law, he is particularly involved in drafting contracts, namely model contracts as well as special contracts. He provides ongoing advice for the day-to-day business and has a strong focus on litigation. He advises well-known factoring companies as well as leasing companies and banks.
Furthermore, he focuses on corporate law. Besides advising on general corporate matters, he specializes in shareholder disputes and M&A transactions.
He also advises clients on commercial and contract law issues.
In the field of insolvency law he focuses on advising creditors, but also companies, shareholders and managing directors during restructuring, especially on complex issues at the interfaces with employment and corporate law as well as on the defence against rescission and liability claims.
Lastly, he also handles debt collection for insolvency administrators and advises on special issues.
Nils Möhring joined MKRG in 2020. Previously, he worked in the litigation department of an international business law firm.
Fields of operation
- Advice on collective and individual employment law issues
- Advice on and drafting of social plans, reconciliation of interests and in-house collective agreements
- Legal requirements of interim management
- Advice on corporate law, in particular on corporate disputes and corporate transactions
- Restructuring advice
- Advice to and support of creditors in crisis and insolvency
- Extensive judicial activity, including mass proceedings
- Employment law
- Financial law, in particular factoring
- Insolvency law
- Düsseldorf Bar Association