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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

HAMBURGER ALLEE 4 (WESTENDGATE), 60486 FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY
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Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Leer, Munich

Germany: Real estate and construction

Construction (including construction litigation)
Real estate and construction: Construction (including construction litigation) - ranked: tier 2

Arnecke Sibeth

In early 2018, Arnecke Sibet merged with Dabelstein & Passehl Rechtsanwälte PartGmbB and now operates under the name Arnecke Sibeth. The team consists of 25 lawyers, who are well versed in guiding clients through the full spectrum of public and private construction law work. This includes developer, architect and engineering law as well as project management and assistance with public procurement and contentious matters. In plant engineering, the team is experienced in handling contractual issues and arbitration proceedings. Frankfurt-based Antje Boldt and Munich-based Thomas Richter are the key contacts.

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Real estate
Real estate and construction: Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Arnecke Sibeth

In early 2018, Arnecke Sibeth merged with Dabelstein & Passehl Rechtsanwälte PartGmbB and now operates under the name Arnecke Sibeth. The firm covers financing and transactional work alongside tenancy law and asset management matters including related investment and tax issues. Maximilian Gutsche heads the team from Munich, while Daniel Pflüger and Frankfurt-based Angela Klingmüller are also recommended. Clients include large real estate companies, private and institutional investors as well as companies in their role as tenants.

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Germany: Transport

Maritime and shipping
Transport: Maritime and shipping - ranked: tier 1

Arnecke Sibeth

In early 2018, Dabelstein & Passehl Rechtsanwälte PartGmbB merged with Arnecke Sibeth and now operates under the name Arnecke Sibeth. The team utilises its cross-sectoral expertise to cover a broad spectrum of maritime sector work, from traditional shipping and maritime law matters, such as Dieter Schwampe’s representation of a property insurer in matters pertaining to the collision of a cargo ship with a peer, to restructuring and insolvency issues alongside shipbuilding projects, where cruise industry players form part of the group’s client roster. Other highlights included advising a maritime liability insurer on a damaged submarine cable, and representing an insurance company in proceedings pertaining to the collision of a cargo ship with a ferry in Indonesian waters. As well as maritime law work, advising on offshore wind farms constitutes an increasingly important portion of the practice’s workload: Oliver Peltzer advised a project corporation on several tendering procedures for an offshore wind farm in the North Sea. Other key individuals include Jan Dreyer, Marco Remiorz and Jan Tjarko Eichhorn, while Jan Backhaus moved to Corvel LLP in December 2017.

Leading individuals

Dieter Schwampe - Arnecke Sibeth

Jan Dreyer - Arnecke Sibeth

Next generation lawyers

Jan Tjarko Eichhorn - Arnecke Sibeth

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Transport law
Transport: Transport law - ranked: tier 1

Arnecke Sibeth

Full-service firm Arnecke Sibeth merged with Dabelstein & Passehl Rechtsanwälte PartGmbB and now operates under the name Arnecke Sibeth and transport law experts Marco Remiorz and Olaf Hartenstein joined in Spring 2018. The firm puts significant focus on transport law and frequently provides national and international companies, including long-term client and logistics company FedEx, with advice on matters related to insurance, public and corporate law. Having deep experience in aviation law, the team co-led by the renowned Holger Bürskens and Ulrich Steppler, routinely acts for airlines: recently, the practice advised American Airlines on matters pertaining to the merger with US Airways in Germany, and assisted Emirates with passenger complaint matters. The team’s client roster also includes the European packing company Deufol, which instructed the practice with various transport and storage law matters, and a number of mid-sized forwarding companies and rail services providers. Katja Brecke was made partner.

Leading individuals

Holger BĂĽrskens - Arnecke Sibeth

Ulrich Steppler - Arnecke Sibeth

Next generation lawyers

Katja Brecke - Arnecke Sibeth

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Germany

Offices in Leer, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, and Dresden

Legal Developments by:
Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

  • Priority rental rights in insolvency

    Parties to rental contracts for commercial premises often agree priority rental rights. In practice, this concept is used to cover a whole series of legal structures. These range from fixed options for the tenant to a promise made by the landlord as a business policy that if any additional premises become available, they will be offered to the tenant. In 2010 the Berlin Court of Appeal issued a ruling on such priority rental rights in insolvency; the decision has recently been published.
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  • LAG DĂĽsseldorf: Dismissal with immediate effect valid in response to threat

    Anyone who seriously threatens their employer or superior should expect to be dismissed with immediate effect. This was confirmed by a ruling of the Landesarbeitsgericht (LAG) DĂĽsseldorf [Regional Labour Court of DĂĽsseldorf] from June 8, 2017 (Az.: 11 Sa 823/16).
  • Tax evasion: Only voluntary disclosure affords protection from severe penalties

    Anyone who has been caught for tax evasion should expect to be faced with severe penalties. Voluntary disclosure is the only way of returning to a state of normal tax affairs and avoiding penalties.
  • GSK Update: AIFM Marketing in Germany - The clock is ticking for U.S. and other non-EU fund managers

    Our GSK Update informs about the impact of recent German investment fund legislation (UCITS V Implementation Act) for AIF managers, who are not domiciled in the EU (“non-EU-AIFM”) and who seek to market AIF shares in Germany in accordance with applicable German investment fund law under the EU-AIFM Directive (2011/61/EU).
  • GSK expands Luxembourg presence with a new tax partner

    Opened at the beginning of March 2016, GSK Stockmann + Kollegen continues to expand its Luxembourg office. Mathilde Ostertag recently joined the Luxembourg team of Equity Partners Dr. Marcus Peter, Andreas Heinzmann and Dr. Philipp Mößner as Local Tax Partner.
  • EIA - Strengthening the role of the public

    Among other things, the recent amendment to the Environmental Impact Assessment Act has broadened the rights of (what is termed) the "affected public". The affected public consists primarily of various citizens' initiatives pursuing environmental or public-health purposes. It may for instance file an appeal against a negative decision at the screening stage (i.e., a decision according to which the given project does not require the issuance of an EIA report), and seek its annulment in court. The affected public has been granted a stronger voice also in subsequent procedures in which the fate of a building project is being decided: zoning proceedings and the proceedings on the issuance of a building permit. Taken together, these legislative changes may make it more difficult to implement projects which require an EIA report; in particular, the length of permission proceedings may be substantially extended.
  • New Top Level Domains – Noerr expert warns against trademark infringements

    On June 13, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) published the names of those who have applied for a new top level domain the ending of which may be geographic, such as "munich", industry identification such as "insurance" and even all trademark names and company descriptions such as "canon" and "adidas".
    - Noerr
  • No obligation to set up filtering systems in order to prevent copyright violations

    ECJ, decision of February 16th, 2012, ref. C-360/10 – SABAM
  • Further ECJ Ruling concerning NGO’s right of action under German environmental law

    For the second time within a short period of time, the non-governmental organisations right to challenge administrative decisions under German law is going to be subject to the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ). In January 2012, the German Supreme Administrative Court (Bundesverwaltungsgericht) referred a case to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling concerning the NGO’s right of action.
  • Lessons in Cross-Border M & A Transactions

    The fundamental advice for international business transactions is obvious and easy to understand: different countries have different laws, business habits and cultures. These differences may range from minor nuances, such as lengthy French business lunches or unusual Spanish office hours, to significant legal roadblocks, such as strict European employment laws.
  • Priority rental rights in insolvency

    Parties to rental contracts for commercial premises often agree priority rental rights. In practice, this concept is used to cover a whole series of legal structures. These range from fixed options for the tenant to a promise made by the landlord as a business policy that if any additional premises become available, they will be offered to the tenant. In 2010 the Berlin Court of Appeal issued a ruling on such priority rental rights in insolvency; the decision has recently been published.