Nadja is a Senior Associate at LARK. She particularly advises in the fields of stock corporation and capital markets law, public M&A and corporate law as well as corporate litigation. Prior to joining LARK, she worked for several years in a Munich-based corporate law firm.

Together with Malte Krohn, Nadja leads the pro bono team of LARK.

Nadja specializes in providing comprehensive advice to management and supervisory boards on all issues relating to stock corporation and capital market law, in particular on corporate governance, management board remuneration, national and group-wide incentive programs, capital measures and capital markets compliance as well as on national and cross-border structural measures, IPOs and public takeovers.

M&A (Public & Private)

Public Companies

Corporate Advisory

Public M&A (Public Takeovers)

  • MorphoSys AG in connection with the voluntary public takeover offer by Novartis
  • EQS Group AG on the public takeover offer by Thoma Bravo and on the subsequent delisting
  • zooplus on the voluntary public takeover offer by EQT and Hellman & Friedman and on the subsequent delisting

Private M&A

  • AUDI on joint venture with BIMM
  • AUDI on IT joint venture with Lufthansa Industry Solutions
  • AUDI on joint venture with Capgemini SE
  • Mynaric AG on the formation of the joint venture UNIO Enterprise
  • Audi Business Innovation GmbH on the investment of Baloise Gruppe and Startup Family Office in MOBIKO
  • Minority shareholder on the re-investment in Ingo Maurer GmbH acquired by Foscarini

Stock Corporation and Capital Markets Law

  • A number of listed companies, including MorphoSys AG, Mynaric AG and Zalando SE, on corporate and capital markets law matters
  • zooplus AG on the change of legal form into an SE
  • CompuGroup Medical SE on the change of legal form into a SE & Co. KGaA

Praktische Probleme bei Ausgestaltung, vertraglicher Umsetzung und nachlaufender Überprüfung der Maximalvergütung für Vorstandsmitglieder, AG 2/2021 (together with Tobias Nikoleyczik)


Nadja uses the fact that as a lawyer she can work from anywhere to pursue her second great passion – travelling – as often as possible, thereby always accompanied by her camera. In Munich, she plays the piano, enjoys her morning runs and yoga sessions by the Isar river and is studying for her wine qualification.