Martin Legath is an associate at DSC. His focus lies on banking law, consumer protection, general terms and conditions as well as litigation. Martin Legath advises Austrian and international credit institutions in all matters of contract and supervisory law as well as in the defense of individual and association claims.
In addition to his work at DSC, Martin Legath is a lecturer at the Institute for Civil and Civil Procedure Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. He is, furthermore, author of multiple civil law publications. His dissertation on the unilateral contract modification in mass transactions with consumers was awarded with the Prize of the Austrian Bankers’ Association.
Associate at DSC Doralt Seist Csoklich
Awarded the main prize of the Austrian Banking Association for the dissertation on the unilateral change of contracts in retail banking
University Assistant at the Institute for Civil Law and Civil Procedure at the Vienna University of Economics and Business
PhD in law (Dr. iur | Vienna University of Economic and Business – with distinction)
Scholarship for research at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg
Scholarship of the Heinrich Graf Hardegg'schen Stiftung for the dissertation project
Research assistant in the Records Office of the Austrian Supreme Court Evidence
Master’s degree in law (Mag. iur. | University of Vienna)
Student assistant at the Institute of Roman Law and Ancient Legal History at the University of Vienna