4 September 2023
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Addleshaw Goddard expands real estate practice in Germany with Counsel Christopher Grawe

Addleshaw Goddard continues to expand its service offering in Germany: In September, Counsel Christopher Grawe joins the real estate practice group in Munich. Following the lateral hire of Partner Kristina Baurschmidt in May, Senior Associate Natalia Kreuzer and Associate Marei Denkel joined the firm in July in Hamburg and Berlin. Christopher also joins from transaction law firm Lupp + Partner. Addleshaw Goddard's real estate team provides comprehensive advice in the field of real estate transactions and project developments, including commercial tenancy law, construction law, and architectural law.

Christopher has extensive experience in real estate and construction law with focus on transactions and complex tenancy and construction contracts. His clients include both national and international real estate companies and funds, as well as family offices. He specializes in residential, office, and logistics properties, particularly in relation to digital start-ups and scale-ups, private clients, as well as construction and real estate investors. His clients benefit from his background and many years of experience at the intersection of corporate law and corporate real estate. Additionally, he graduated in real estate economics at the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS) at the University of Regensburg.

Dr. Michael Leue, Head of Germany at Addleshaw Goddard, states: "We are delighted to have Christopher Grawe strengthen our German real estate law team and continue the successful collaboration with Kristina Baurschmidt. With our broad offering in Germany, we can support our clients in all aspects of their real estate properties and projects as well as their growth strategies. We warmly welcome him to our team."

Addleshaw Goddard's international real estate practice has offices in Europe, Asia and the Middle East and advises on the entire lifecycle of real estate matters. In cross-border projects and complex transactions, clients benefit from the group's integrated approach and deep industry knowledge and innovative service offering.

Press contact:

Annika Kersting
Tel +49 (0)89 2620 21750
Mob +49 (0)152 346 18 509
Mail annika.kersting@aglaw.com


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