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Benjamin Hermes

Dr. Benjamin Hermes

Senior Associate
Rechtsanwalt

CMS Hasche Sigle
Neue Mainzer Straße 2–4
60311 Frankfurt
Germany
Languages German, English

Benjamin Hermes advises companies on all aspects of civil and commercial law, including representation in court and arbitration proceedings. His practice focuses on pharmaceutical drug/product liability and warranty cases as well as on procurement, production and distribution agreements. He frequently acts for machine and plant engineering, automotive supply and trading companies.

Benjamin joined CMS in 2019.

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Education


  • 2018: Second state examination in law
  • 2016 - 2018: Trainee lawyer in Mannheim, Frankfurt and Prague
  • 2017: PhD, University of Mannheim
  • 2014 - 2016: Research assistant at the University of Mannheim and the Institute of German, European and International Medical Law, Public Health Law and Bioethics (Universities of Heidelberg and Mannheim)
  • 2014: First state examination in law
  • 2012: Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
  • 2008 - 2014: Integrated LL.B. and state examination program in law at the University of Mannheim with a focus on medical law
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Memberships


  • Association for the Promotion of German, European and International Medical Law, Public Health Law and Bioethics in Heidelberg and Mannheim
  • German Academic Scholarship Foundation alumni
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Publications


  • „Die Ethikkommissionen für Präimplantationsdiagnostik“, LIT Verlag, Berlin 2017
  • „Eizellspende verboten – Embryonenspende erlaubt?“, NJW 2015, 1802-1807, gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Jochen Taupitz
  • „Neuregelung der PID – an der medizinischen Praxis vorbei?“, MedR 2015, 244-248, gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Jochen Taupitz
  • „Embryonenschutzgesetz: „Dreierregel“ oder „Deutscher Mittelweg“?“, Der Gynäkologe 2015, 169-174, gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Jochen Taupitz
  • „Herausgabe von Kontoauszügen bei Pfändung des Girokontos“, Anmerkung zu BGH, Beschl. v. 9.2.2012 – VII ZB 49/10 u. Beschl. v. 23.2.2012 – VII ZB 59/09, WuB VI D. § 836 ZPO 1.12, gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Georg Bitter
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