Real estate — Germany
Hogan Lovells is one of the leading law firms for real estate in Germany. The German practice group consists of eight partners (two partners are also notaries), two counsel and more than 20 associates in our offices in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich. Our group includes some of the most highly regarded law practitioners in Germany. Many of them have been recognized by leading directories as outstanding in their field.
Our clients include national and international institutional and private investors, fund managers, banks, insurance companies, project development companies, corporate users and hotel operators as well as state, regional and local authorities.
We operate not only across practices but also cross-border with partners and other lawyers experienced in real estate matters based in our worldwide offices. We have nearly 300 partners and lawyers working with the global real estate industry and are regularly ranked in the top tier by leading guides and directories in the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East…
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