Heuking admits 15 lawyers as new equity partners and salaried partners
Effective January 1, 2022, nine salaried partners of Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek will be admitted to equity partnership. In addition, six senior associates will be promoted to salaried partners. Boris Dürr, new Managing Partner for Human Resources, is convinced that the firm is charting the right course. “Our new partners’ wide range of specialties and the outstanding peers at many of our offices who will now be admitted to partnership show that we are very well equipped for the market with our full-service approach and nationwide presence. We must continue to pursue this successful path and to enable our young peers to join the partnership in the future to appropriately promote our excellent potential.”
The following lawyers will be admitted to equity partnership:
Michael Pauli, LL.M. (Victoria University of Wellington) is a member of the Corporate/M&A, Litigation/Arbitration and Restructuring practice groups. His practice focuses on advising national and international clients on issues relating to corporate law.
Markus Schmülling practices in an advisory and forensic capacity in employment, commercial, and distribution law. He focuses on dispute resolution in employment and distribution law, in particular in the automotive and new mobility sectors.
Dr. Florian Brombach, LL.M. (University of East Anglia) practices in the areas of Corporate/M&A and Health Care. He specializes in M&A transactions in the healthcare sector, in particular the acquisition and sale of medical care centers and medical (and dental) practices.
Christoph Nöhles, LL.M. (Boston University) practices in the areas of Real Estate & Construction and Litigation. He mainly advises national and international clients on complex real estate transactions and on asset management, in particular relating to commercial leases.
Dr. Susanne Stauder practices in the fields of commercial law and criminal tax law. In addition to traditional compliance advice and the conducting of internal investigations, she is also regularly defending individuals and businesses in investigative proceedings and supervisory proceedings of state authorities.
Dr. Tobias Woltering specializes in energy law. His advice focuses on German and European energy regulation and on all issues relating to energy and emissions trading, electromobility, and the promotion of renewable energies.
Dr. Till Naruisch, LL.M. (University of Dundee) focuses on Corporate/M&A, corporate compliance, and transaction-related financing issues. He advises German and international clients on M&A transactions and compliance projects with a focus on the automotive and mobility sectors.
David Loszynski is a member of the Restructuring and Litigation/Arbitration practice groups. He advises and assists clients in all areas of insolvency law and restructuring law and in insolvency-related litigation. He focuses in particular on structuring and supporting distressed M&A transactions.
Dr. Katharina Prasuhn advises national and international clients in the areas of Corporate/M&A and Private Equity/Venture Capital, frequently in transactions with an international dimension. Her advice particularly focuses on transactions relating to energy law.
In addition, the following individuals will be appointed salaried partners effective January 1, 2022.
- Dr. Kerstin Goeck, Corporate/M&A | Private Equity/Venture Capital
- Reinhard Böhle, LL.M., Public Sector & Public Procurement | Real Estate & Construction | Transport, Traffic & Infrastructure
- Philipp Roman Schröler, IP, Media & Technology | Health Care, Pharma & Life Sciences
- Catrin Merten, Litigation/Arbitration | Corporate/M&A | Restructuring
- Anita Bohn, LL.M. (University of London), Antitrust | Distribution
- Dr. Julia Mattes, IP, Media & Technology
Heuking is fortunate to have three women who are working part-time admitted to partnership and salaried partnership. Part-time partnership for equity partners had been implemented in the firm’s career concept two years ago. Dr. Susanne Stauder is already the second female partner at Heuking who had made this leap, following Kristina Schneider’s earlier promotion. Two of the new female salaried partners are also working part-time. What is remarkable about this year’s promotion to salaried partnership is that the number of women exceeds the number of men – an important signal for the future and an incentive for our young female lawyers.