Philipp Maume

Philipp Maume

Assistant Professor of Law at Technische Universität München
Joined on September 9, 2014
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The main research areas of Prof. Maume (b. 1978) is the law of business entities, intellectual property and financial markets regulation. He is particularly interested in comparative corporate governance, information in companies in corporate groups, financial markets law enforcement and regulation theory, and the role of intellectual property in corporate finance.
 
Prof. Maume studied law at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg (Germany) and at La Trobe University Melbourne (Australia). After his practical legal training at the Higher Regional Court Karlsruhe he joined TUM School of Management as a Senior Researcher (Akademischer Rat) in 2005. In 2009 he was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) by the University of Augsburg. In 2010 Prof. Maume moved to Australia for a research project on information rights and corporate law. In 2013 he was awarded a Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) by La Trobe University, Melbourne.  During his candidature he was a sessional staff member at La Trobe University School of Law, and at Monash University Department of Business Law and Taxation, Melbourne. In October 2013 he was appointed as an Assistant Professor for Corporate Governance and Capital Markets Law at TUM School of Management.

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