Max Mailliet stands as one of the leading asset recovery specialists in Europe, drawing plaudits for his "high competence level and great cooperation" on cases.
Max specialises in litigation with a focus on fraud and asset tracing, white-collar crime, commercial and shareholder litigation and high-profile insolvencies.
Prior to opening his own firm, E2M, in 2008, Max was an associate in the litigation and corporate law departments of a major Luxembourg law firm.
With his team, Max specialises in litigating complex fraud cases in front of the Luxembourg Courts, including cases with an international element. Max and his team also regularly represent institutional clients in litigation related to financial matters, such as disputes between investment funds; between funds and their service providers; or between shareholders, in which Max has a very extensive experience.
Max is regularly appointed by the Luxembourg Courts as insolvency receiver or liquidator in complex insolvency cases including multi-jurisdictional issues and asset recovery.
Max is also a lecturer in Luxembourg insolvency law. He is the Luxembourg exclusive representative to ICC’s FraudNet, a network of lawyers specialized in fraud and asset tracing.
Max studied at Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg and the London School of Economics and Political Science.