The highly regarded construction lawyer from Stuttgart, Frank Stege, is moving with his team of real estate lawyers to Breyer Rechtsanwälte. The 12-strong Breyer construction law team in Stuttgart will be strengthened by Frank Stege and Mathias Hörnisch (both specialist lawyers for construction and architectural law), Dr. Martin Ludwig and Frieder Kluß (both specialist lawyers for lease and residential property law) and Stefan Oschmann (specialist lawyer for administrative law with a focus on public construction law). Breyer now has a total of 30 practitioners at its national and international locations.
We are pleased to welcome our new colleagues, thereby expanding our already strong foothold in the Stuttgart market as well as throughout Germany. Frank Stege and Mathias Hörnisch are two experienced experts, especially in the property development business, to which Breyer will devote more attention in the future. The commercial real estate law department, led by Dr. Kruska, will be particularly strengthened in the area of lease and residential property by the new additions Dr. Martin Ludwig and Frieder Kluß. Partner Verdugo Morales has been a consistently prominent figure in this field for many years. Stefan Oschmann, who will take over the area of public construction law at Breyer, will round complete the expansion of the Stuttgart team.
Breyer’s clients include many of the largest German construction companies, project developers and well-known international investors. In addition, Breyer enjoys the trust of the public sector and many medium-sized construction companies. The firm is a leader in the field of introducing and designing innovative partnering contract models based on multi-party contracts in Germany. Dr. Breyer, who gave his name to the firm, has been active worldwide for many years. At the beginning of September, Dr. Breyer successfully entered into a strategic collaboration with the law firm Hanson Bridgett based in San Francisco, California. Hanson Bridgett is the market leader in the field of IPD (Integrated Project Delivery) in the USA and Canada, the introduction of which is being driven forward by Dr. Breyer in Germany and Europe.