Anne Rausch advises clients on all aspects of public law. Her practice focuses on product- and facility-related environmental law, including chemical law (REACH, CLP, PIC, POP, Chemicals Prohibition Regulation (ChemVerbotsV) and Hazardous Substances Regulation (GefStoffV)), biocide law, waste law (Waste Management Act (KrWG), Packaging Act (VerpackG), Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG/WEEE), Electrical and Electronic Equipment Substance Ordinance (ElektroStoffV/RoHS)) as well as licensing law, immission control, Seveso law and water law. In addition, her practice includes building, planning and subsidy law. Anne Rausch advises in connection with projects and transactions as well as on issues arising from ongoing operations. She also represents clients throughout all instances of administrative and court proceedings. This includes support on the implementation of delegation structures, drafting delegation letters in the areas HSE (health, safety and environment (HSE) and product compliance as well as advice in criminal and administrative proceedings regarding environmental law.
Her clients include in particular producers from the chemical, food, metal processing and electrical industries.
Anne Rausch joined CMS in 2012 and has been a Counsel since 2017. From October 2016 to January 2017, she was working on Secondment in the environmental law department of a Dutch Corporation. Anne Rausch is a lecturer for environmental law within the lawyer-oriented training at Ruprecht-Karls University in Heidelberg.