Christian Löhr advises his clients - mainly medium-sized companies, corporations and banks - on corporate, contract law and acquisitions; he also represents them in court and litigations. In addition, he is experienced in cases of corporate litigation. Christian is accredited as a specialized lawyer for commercial and corporate law. Legal 500 attested him special knowledge in this area of business (Ruhrgebiet/Westfalen 2019). Central to his activities as a notary are matters concerning property and corporate law, including mergers as well as M&A. JUVE-Ranking listed him as a leading and highly recommended notary for corporate and real estate (Handbook 2017/18 and 2018/19, Category West).
With 15 years of professional experience Christian is known for his proficient and precise work. His clients appreciate his clear advice and his dedicated commitment. Even under pressure Christian always stays friendly, which also includes a fine sense of humor. If necessary Christian does not hesitate to enforce the interests of his clients though with adequate rigor and determination.
Christian is a trained banker. During his studies he was a scholarship holder of the Eberle Butschkau Foundation. He received a research grant for his dissertation in 1999. Before joining Kümmerlein in 2002, he worked for several months in Washington, D.C. In 2009 Christian was appointed as notary; 2012 brought Christian's accreditation as a specialist lawyer for commercial and corporate law. He is a member of supervisory boards and is involved in responsible position in pro bono organisations on honorary basis. He was elected to the law committee of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. In 2017/2018 he was awarded a lectureship in Business Law by the Hochschule Ruhr West. Christian speaks English fluently. He is married and proud father of three (bright-eyed and bushy-tailed) children.
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