As a German lawyer and real estate economist (ebs), Achim Meier, coordinator of the Real Estate & Infrastructure sector at Luther, specialises in private sector building law, real estate law and public procurement law. His clients include university clinics, hospitals, building companies and institutional builders.
Achim Meier is a proven expert when it comes to providing legal advice during the construction process of complex building, infrastructure and structural engineering and plant construction projects. He provides project development advice and also advises on matters pertaining to architectural and engineering law and on how to structure national and international public contract award procedures (e.g. PPP projects).
Furthermore, he represents his clients in judicial and extra-judicial disputes. A particular focus of his work is providing strategic advice, defending and enforcing supplementary claims, and developing claim management strategies.
Achim Meier studied law at the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, and real estate economics at the European Business School. While at university, he began specialising in real estate law and has been advising his clients in this area of law since being admitted to the German Bar and joining Luther’s predecessor firm in 2000. Achim Meier heads Luther’s practice group “Real estate law”, which comprises a team of about 50 lawyers. He is a member of the International Bar Association and of the Association of German Construction Law Lawyers (ARGE Baurecht) organised by the German Bar Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein).