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Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH

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Managing Partners: Elisabeth Lepique, Dr Markus Sengpiel
Number of partners worldwide: 75
Number of lawyers worldwide: 380

Firm Overview:
Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH is one of the top addresses among German commercial law firms. From its ten German offices and six international offices, the firm’s lawyers and tax advisers advise their clients both in legal disputes and in organisational issues. The firm focuses on providing efficient and farsighted advice which leads to the desired commercial results. This, together with the sensible allocation of time and personnel resources, provides the basis for its innovative advice.
Luther provides legal and tax advice in all areas relevant to companies, investors and the public sector. Knowledge of the market in which its clients are active is a prerequisite for providing successful advice. That is why the firm’s lawyers and tax advisers, in addition to their specialised legal knowledge, also advise clients from specific business sectors.
The firm’s approach is interdisciplinary. Legal and tax issues are, in the firm’s opinion often closely linked, and long-term commercial and financial implications should not be overlooked either. The firm benefits from the close working relationship between its lawyers and its tax advisers as well as from years of experience working with business consultants, accountants and bankers.
The firm is also able to provide advice to its clients in international matters. The firm has its own foreign offices, which are located at six important finance and investment centres in Europe and Asia. In addition, the firm has long-standing, close relationships with business law firms in all relevant jurisdictions around the world. In Continental Europe, Luther is part of a group of independent law firms each of which is one of the leading law firms in its own country. These law firms have a strong track record in cross-border projects and are engaged in an ongoing exchange of information about new market trends and legal developments.

Main Areas of Practice:

Antitrust:
Contact:
Anne Caroline Wegner

Banking & Capital Markets:
Contact:
Christoph Schauenburg

Commercial & Distribution:
Contact:
Volker Steimle

Complex Disputes:
Contact:
Dr Stephen Bausch

Corporate/M&A:
Contacts:
Dr Stefan Galla, Dr Thomas Kuhnle

Employment:
Contact:
Paul Schreiner

Energy:
Contact:
Dr Holger Stappert

Environment & Planning, Regulatory:
Contact:
Dr Stefan Kobes

Family Business - Entrepreneurial Families:
Contact:
Dr Axel MÜhl

International Arbitration:
Contact:
Dr Richard Happ

International Trade:
Contact:
Ole-Jochen Melchior

Insurance:
Contacts:
Dr Eberhard Vetter, Dr Alexander Mönnig

IP & Copyright:
Contact:
Dr Wulff-Axel Schmidt

Property Transactions:
Contacts:
Detlev Stoecker, Carsten Brutschke

Public Private Partnership:
Contact:
Henner-Matthias Puppel

Public Procurement:
Contact:
Ulf-Dieter Pape

Public Subsidies/State Aid:
Contact:
Dr Helmut Janssen

Real Estate:
Contact:
Achim Meier

Restructuring & Insolvency:
Contacts:
Reinhard Willemsen, Dr Marcus Backes

Tax:
Contact:
Elisabeth Lepique

Technology, Media & Telecommunications:
Contact:
Dr Markus Sengpiel

White Collar Crime & Compliance:
Contact:
Dr André Große Vorholt

Contributions

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