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Dr. Thomas Gohrke

Lawyer
Certified Specialist in administrative law
Partner

Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Berliner Allee 26
30175 Hanover

Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Grimmaische Straße 25
04109 Leipzig

Phone +49 341 5299 0
Fax +49 341 5299 110
thomas.gohrke@luther-lawfirm.com

Languages: German, English
Curriculum vitae

Dr Thomas Gohrke was born in 1971. From 1991 to 1996, he studied law at the University of Leipzig, Germany, where he was also awarded his doctorate in 2000. He was admitted to the German Bar in 1998, joined Luther’s predecessor  firm in 1999 and, in 2003, additionally qualified as a specialist lawyer for administrative law. Dr Thomas Gohrke is based in Luther's Leipzig and Hanover offices, but provides advisory services throughout Germany.

Areas of Practice

Dr Thomas Gohrke specialises in real estate and public business law. In the field of real estate law, he advises on complex transactions and building projects. In the field of public business law, he mainly advises on issues pertaining to European, constitutional and administrative law. His clients include institutional investors and contracting authorities, as well as private businesses that operate in regulated industries (e.g. universities, hospitals and gambling businesses) or in the construction industry. Dr Thomas Gohrke is also the author of numerous textbooks and various professional publications.

Clients
  • Advice to professional pension funds on the acquisition of the „Springer-Quartier“ project, Hamburg
  • Advice on the sale of the “MUC 10” portfolio, Munich
  • Advice to the Medical Association of Lower Saxony on the construction of new administrative headquarters, Hanover
  • Advice to the University Medical Center Göttingen and the Medical University of Hanover on how to reorganise the construction of university hospitals in Lower Saxony
  • Advice to the University of Leipzig and the University Hospital of Leipzig on their cooperation with the Leipzig Heart Centre
  • Advice to the German states of Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Rhineland/Palatinate on casino-related issues