Jan Kuhlen M.A.

Jan Kuhlen advises entrepreneurs, freelancers, start-ups and consumers. His areas of expertise include corporate law, law of contract, & banking & capital market law. He speaks English & German.

As a graduate in Law and Sociology, he is suitably assertive and has the necessary flair to find the perfect solutions for your concerns. He advises and represents national and international clients in the field of corporate law, banking and capital market law, and general commercial law.

Jan Kuhlen has a wealth of experience when it comes to financial markets. His work in the Bundestag and at the Ministry for Consumer Protection means that he feels at home within Berlin’s political sphere and knows the structures and processes required to work together with associations and businesses. This background also benefits his clients when it comes to legal advice for day-to-day business.

After beginning his career in a specialist corporate law firm, he transferred to the betahaus Berlin in 2012. There he focused on advising innovative start-ups, as well as companies from the creative sector, on questions concerning corporate law and legal contracts. The objective is always to strengthen and develop the personality of the company in question, as well as to discover cost-effective solutions.

Jan Kuhlen studied Law and Sociology at the University of Tübingen. He qualified as a lawyer in the field of banking and capital market law, and regularly publishes articles on issues relating to capital market law.

Publications and talks

Abgrenzung von Vermittlertypen im Versicherungs- und Kapitalanlagerecht aus Sicht des Interessenten

Verbraucher und Recht 2011, 437 gemeinsam mit RA Dr. Schlenker