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Mag iur Constantin Benes
Constantin Benes is a partner with Schoenherr in Vienna.
Constantin specialises in real estate and construction law as well as distribution law. Constantin has represented real estate developers, project financiers, real estate investment funds and institutional real estate promoters. Constantin, being a member of the permanent staff of Austrian commercial law journal ecolex, is author of numerous publications focusing on all areas of real estate and commercial civil law. Before joining Schoenherr, Constantin worked as intern in New York, USA and Salzburg, Austria dealing with national and international clients. Constantin studied in Graz, Austria (University of Graz; Magister iuris, J.D. equivalent), and New York, USA (Columbia Law School; LL.M. Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2017).
German, English, French
Columbia Law School, New York/USA (LL.M. Stone Scholar, 2017)
University of Graz, Graz/Austria (Mag. iur. 2008)
Working in close conjunction with the firm’s real estate and regulatory teams, Schoenherr (Schönherr Rechtsanwälte)’s construction practice is well placed to provide assistance with construction and infrastructure projects including related litigation and arbitration as well as associated transactions. Team head Peter Madl routinely acts in the transactional sphere, advising international investors and investment funds on the acquisition of project developments and redevelopments, while also providing assistance with various construction contracts, construction litigation and matters at the intersection with real estate. Constantin Benes, who focuses on contentious and non-contentious construction matters pertaining to industrial units as well as on the development of housing and office projects, was made partner in 2020.
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