Private construction law
Product liability law
Trade and commercial law
Britta Schubel studied in Jena, successfully completed the legal clerkship in Heidelberg while finalizing her dissertation on out-of-court conciliation and mediation. She joined SCHLATTER in 2000 and became a partner in 2004.
Her strong expertise in contractual and non-contractual manufacturer and product liability law as well as her distinct knowledge in private construction law is reinforced and complemented by a technical vocational education.
In the field of product liability law, she has successfully advised and represented numerous industrial B2B and B2C manufacturers for many years. Explicitly, she covers various questions and issues regarding product development, legal drafting of product documents both nationally and internationally, product launches, product monitoring obligations, individual and serial damages, required recall actions etc.
Next to her long-term experience on the subject of product liability law and her knowledge in the area of construction products, Britta Schubel developed an outstanding expertise in advising and representing public as well as private clients and contractors in the field of private construction and architect law. As a specialist attorney for construction and architect law, she concentrates on the latter topics now.
Moreover, Britta Schubel predominantly addresses questions and issues of contract drafting, general terms and conditions as well as trade and commercial law.
Britta Schubel is a lecturer for product liability law at the education center of attorneys at the faculty of law of Heidelberg University (Zentrum für anwaltsorientierte Juristenausbildung der Juristischen Fakultät in Heidelberg). She is a member of the association for the promotion of attorney education at Heidelberg University (Verein zur Förderung der anwaltsorientierten Juristenausbildung an der Universität Heidelberg e.V.).
Furthermore, she is a member of the German society of construction law (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Baurecht e.V.), the German Bar Association as well as the working group for private construction law of the bar association of Heidelberg.