Michael Timme

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Michael Timme (* 1971 in Vechta ) is a German lawyer and university professor at the Aachen University of Applied Sciences and a judge at the Aachen Regional Court.


Michael Timme was born in Vechta (Lower Saxony) in 1971. He studied law at the University of Osnabrück and was awarded a doctorate with his dissertation “The legal management of an economic network asset - epidemic prevention in legal history and present”. iur. PhD. He was awarded the University of Osnabrück's sponsorship award for his student achievements. Timme was scientifically active at the Universities of Osnabrück and Kiel as well as at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn. After the legal traineeship, he worked as a lawyer in Dinklage for several years . Timme has been Professor of Civil Law, Commercial and Business Law in Aachen since 2004, a judge at the Aachen Regional Court and a member of the Judicial Examination Office at the Cologne Higher Regional Court .


Timme is the author of around 80 scientific publications, including:

  • The legal management of the economic network good: Epidemic prevention in legal history and present. Nomos, Baden-Baden 2002 (dissertation, University of Osnabrück, 1999).
  • Commentary on §§ 24–27 GWB in: Günter Hirsch , Franz-Jürgen Säcker and Frank Montag (Eds.): Munich Commentary on European and German Competition Law (Antitrust Law). Volume 2: Law against Restraints of Competition (GWB). Beck, Munich 2008.
  • Commentary on §§ 705–740 BGB in: Gottfried Baumgärtel , Hans-Willi L Bäumen , Hanns Prütting (eds.): Manual of the burden of proof. Civil Code. Special part. 2. Sections 611-811. 3. Edition. Heymann, Cologne 2009.
  • (Ed.) Apartment Ownership Act: Law on Apartment Ownership and Permanent Housing Law. Comment. Beck, Munich 2010; 2nd edition 2014.
  • BGB: crash course. The safe way through the exam. Beck, Munich 2010; 2nd edition 2012.
  • Enactment and waiver in civil and commercial law. Kovač, Hamburg 2011.
  • HGB: crash course. The safe way through the exam. Beck, Munich 2012.

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  1. Overview page of the FH Aachen
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