The focus of Axel Braun's work is on cross-border projects, corporate reorganisations and other collective law procedures (company bargaining agreements, social compensation plans, etc.). He is the author and/or editor of various reputated publication and regularly speaker or panelist to various organisations.
After initially working for several years as a police officer, Axel Braun studied law in Cologne, Germany, and Geneva, Switzerland. Upon completing his legal training to become a lawyer, which he undertook in Aachen, Cologne, Mumbai and Santander, he worked from 1990 for Fiedler & Forster in Frankfurt before joining Luther’s predecessor firm in 1995.
In the German-French working group of Luther he is also head of the employment law team. Axel Braun represents shareholder interests on the supervisory board of a group of companies operating internationally.