Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Grimmaische Straße 25
Phone +49 341 5299 0
Fax +49 341 5299 110
Languages: German, English
Andreas Mally was born in 1976. After studying law at the Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, and completing his legal training, Andreas Mally was admitted to the German Bar in 2005 and joined Luther the same year. He is based in Luther’s Leipzig office but is involved in numerous projects throughout Germany.
Andreas Mally specialises in private construction, architectural, civil engineering and property development law. His advisory services include drafting and negotiating contracts, advising during the construction phase (including legal and technical project management), as well as enforcing and defending against claims, which also includes representing his clients in court and arbitration proceedings. He is a member of the Association of German Construction Law Lawyers (arge Baurecht) organized by the German Lawyers’ Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein) and of the German Initiative of Young Arbitrators (Deutsche Initiative junger Schiedsrechtler) (DIS 40), as well as a frequent lecturer at seminars dealing with construction/architectural and civil engineering law, for example, with regard to the German Code of Architects’ and Engineers’ Fees (HOAI). His clients include public and private property developers/institutional investors as well as architects, engineers and building companies.
- Advising an institutional investor on the conclusion and implementation of various realestate purchase agreements involving the obligation to create apartments, office and retail space, restaurants and hotels in Munich, Hamburg, Berlin and Frankfurt/Main, all Germany
- Advising the buyer on the acquisition of the Le Meridien hotel in Hamburg, Germany
- Advising a zoo on the conclusion of project management, planning and building contracts, as well as on implementing the respective construction projects and enforcing and defending against claims
- Advising a Cologne-based residential cooperative on the conclusion of contracts regarding the implementation of two residential construction projects
- Advising a municipal residential cooperative in the Free State of Thuringia, Germany, on the conclusion of various planning contracts and the implementation of the projects
- Advising the City of Dresden, capital of the Free State of Saxony, Germany, on its defence against claims for additional remuneration under a contract regarding the construction of the glücksgas stadium in Dresden
- DIS arbitration proceedings to enforce claims against a plant construction consortium in connection with the construction of a cereal processing factory
- Enforcing claims for remuneration and defending against claims for defects on behalf of an international group of building companies