Susan Weltz primarily advises on dispute resolution, in and out of court. In particular, she advises clients on matters pertaining to commercial and distribution law and corporate law.
Susan Weltz studied law at the University of Mainz (Germany). Whilst carrying out her legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Koblenz (Germany), she worked as a research assistant in banking and capital market law in a renowned, internationally operating business law firm.
As a trainee in the Attorney General’s Department in Canberra (Australia), she was then involved in the work on the Draft Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments. Susan Weltz has advised national and international clients on civil-law and corporate-law disputes since 2018 and, in addition, has published works.
She joined Luther in 2019 and is a member of the Litigation and Complex Disputes teams.