Michael Filipowicz

Corporate/M&A Associate, Berlin

Overview

Professional experience

Education and qualifications

Published works

Overview

Michael focuses on M&A, joint ventures and regulatory advice in the energy sector. As part of the Linklaters Corporate/Energy team, he advises corporates, banks and funds on transactions, joint ventures and project agreements (EPC, O&M, etc.) in the energy and e-mobility sectors.

As a member of Linklaters Digital Economy Group – a group of lawyers pooling legal knowledge and industry insights on technology transition (Fintech, New Energy, Automotive, Corporate 4.0) – Michael helps our clients navigate the regulatory requirements for new business models in energy.

Prior to joining Linklaters, Michael worked as regulatory adviser for an e-mobility start-up.

 

Professional experience

Michael has worked for a consultancy, various law firms and a bank while being a student. From 2013 to 2016, Michael worked as a regulatory adviser in an e-mobility start-up while working on his dissertation in energy law.

From 2016 to 2018, Michael did his legal traineeship at the Berlin Court of Appeal (Kammergericht), with placements at various law firms (including Linklaters) and a Berlin district authority. Michael joined Linklaters as an Associate in 2018.

Education and qualifications

Michael studied law at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg. He is pursuing a doctorate degree at the Humboldt University in Berlin. As part of his education, he spent several months abroad in the USA, France and Hong Kong, respectively.

He speaks English, French and Polish.


Published works

His recent publications include:

  • Hollinderbäumer/Filipowicz: Germany – Regulator introduces virtual power grid for electric vehicle charging - a game changer? Linklaters Tech Insights, 2021
  • Schulz/Filipowicz, Wie geht es mit der Förderung der erneuerbaren Energien weiter? Welche Weichenstellungen müssen aus rechtlicher Sicht vorgenommen werden? 
    in: Gundel/Lange (Hrsg.), 10 Jahre Energierecht im Wandel: Tagungsband der 10. Bayreuther Energierechtstage 2019, Tübingen 2020, S. 101-116
  • Schulz/Filipowicz, Die neue Kompetenzverteilung zwischen EU-Kommission, ACER und den Mitgliedstaaten nach dem vierten Binnenmarktpaket,
    in: Gundel/Lange (Hrsg.), Europäisches Energierecht zwischen Klimaschutz und Binnenmarkt: Tagungsband der Neunten Bayreuther Energierechtstage 2018, Tübingen 2020, S. 25-44
  • Filipowicz, Auswirkungen des Messstellenbetriebsgesetzes auf die Zählpunktverwaltung beim Verteilernetzbetreiber
    in: EWeRK 2016, S. 59 ff.
  • Riewe/Filipowicz, Stromspeicher im energiewirtschaftlichen Ordnungsrahmen – Praxisbeispiel Kalifornien
    in: EWeRK 2014, S. 273 ff.