Andreas Mally specialises in private construction, architectural, civil engineering and property development law. He primarily advises on plant construction projects (power stations, waste treatment plants, and starch production plants, amongst other things) and building construction projects (residential and commercial properties), but also on civil engineering and infrastructure projects and real estate transactions. In these areas, his advisory services particularly include carrying out the preliminary structuring of the project, assisting with feasibility and planning competitions, organising and advising on invitations to tender, drafting and negotiating contracts, and providing advice during construction. Andreas Mally is a member of the Association of German Construction Law Lawyers (arge Baurecht) organised by the German Lawyers’ Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein) and 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.
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.