Dr. Stephan Schwilden is the managing partner of AC Tischendorf, specializing in corporate restructuring, labor law and intellectual property. Dr. Stephan Schwilden has a professional qualification in labor law and intellectual property as well as a Master of Business Administration (MBA). He advises prestigious technology / manufacturing-driven companies on issues of labor and business law and in complex cases and projects, e.g. restructuring and outsourcing projects. Furthermore, Dr.Stephan Schwilden has special expertise regarding the design and reorganization of innovative company pension schemes as well as in representing difficult negotiating and dispute situations. Dr. Stephan Schwilden and his team have developed field-tested unique calculation tools that allow for precise calculation and monitoring of restructuring costs at the push of a button. Dr. Stephan Schwilden provided quality legal services for merger and acquisition projects of Coca-Cola, IBM and Compass in China and international restructuring projects of e.g. Scania, Tyco Electronics and Kyocera. From 2004 to 2006, Dr. Stephan Schwilden was also Interim Legal Counsel at Motorola GmbH, Germany. Clients say: 'he is always on the lookout for smart and consensus-winning solutions' (The Legal 500 Germany).
Stephan Schwilden is a regular speaker for prestigious seminar organizers and at in-house training events, especially on relevant topics in the field of restructurings and co-determination matters. Furthermore, he is the current Chairman of Europe, Middle-East & Africa (EMEA) of LAWorld, a premier international legal network.
As a member of various well-known associations like: "TMA Germany e.V. - Society for Restructuring", "aba - Arbeitsgemeinschaft für betriebliche Altersversorgung e.V. German working group for company pension schemes" and the "Deutsche Vereinigung für gewerblichen Rechtschutz und Urheberrecht e.V. German Association for Industrial Property Protection and Copyright", he has been involved in the development of the latest strategies in the areas of restructuring, labor law and competition law from the very beginning.