Four new partners appointed at Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

After a considerable number of new partners joined in 2015 when the Stuttgart office was acquired and further laterals were added during the course of the year, the law firm of Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek appoints four new equity partners internally. Effective January 1, 2016, the following lawyers will be awarded partner status:

  • Fabian Gerstner, LL.M., Real Estate & Construction, Public Sector & Public Procurement, Munich
  • Dr. Sönke Görgens, Real Estate & Construction, Public Sector & Public Procurement, Hamburg
  • Dr. Philip Kempermann, LL.M., IP, Media & Technology, Düsseldorf
  • Dr. Johan-Michel Menke, LL.M., Employment Law, Hamburg

In addition, the following lawyers were appointed salaried partners:

  • Dr. Florian Brombach, LL.M., Corporate/M&A, Düsseldorf
  • Dr. Sabine Dethof, Patent Law, Düsseldorf
  • Sandra Kalthoff, Corporate/M&A, Litigation/Arbitration, Düsseldorf
  • Judy-Anne Krug, LL.M., Transport, Traffic & Infrastructure, Corporate/M&A, Hamburg
  • Dr. Benjamin Kurzberg, Reorganization, Banking & Finance, Berlin
  • Dr. Till Naruisch, LL.M., Corporate/M&A, Banking & Finance, Frankfurt
  • Christoph Nöhles, LL.M. (Boston University), Real Estate & Construction, Düsseldorf
  • Dr. Katharina Prasuhn, Corporate/M&A, Energy, Hamburg
  • Alexander J. Thum, Corporate/M&A, Banking & Finance, Frankfurt
  • Dr. Marcus Georg Tischler, Corporate/M&A, Reorganization, Hamburg

"We would like to extend our congratulations to all new equity and salaried partners. We are pleased that, in addition to external partners joining, we also keep generating a line of great lawyers in our offices. It is enormously important for our advisory work to maintain a balanced relationship between younger and more experienced partners“, said Dr. Pär Johansson, Managing Partner for Human Resources.

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