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Ulrich Helm

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Admired by his peers for his strategic thinking, Ulrich Helm focuses on the systematic preparation and execution of complex disputes and litigation. Whether you need advice on delay in delivery, building defects, mechanical failure or other project-related disputes, with more than twenty years of experience Ulrich Helm should be your first point of contact. He has unrivalled industry know-how in areas such as offshore wind farms, oil and gas, electricity, geothermal energy, tunnelling and mechanical engineering. Ulrich is aware of the specific nature and pitfalls of the particular industries.


Germany: Real estate and construction

Construction (including construction litigation)

Within: Construction (including construction litigation)

With a specialism in infrastructure and plant engineering work, Hogan Lovells International LLP routinely acts for international clients; Tobias Faber is acting for a consortium consisting of strategic investors and other financial investors in proceedings with the Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects concerning the development of a water treatment plant. Christian Knütel regularly advises Merkur Offshore Wind and Northland Power on construction law matters pertaining to the development of an offshore wind farm, and assisted an utility company with contractual issues, which arose from the construction of a gas and steam power plant. Ulrich Helm heads the team.

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