Christoph Schnoor advises on all matters pertaining to environmental law, with a particular emphasis on immission control, water and waste law. He also advises companies on matters regarding extended producer responsibility (EPR) under the German Packaging Act, the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act and the German Battery Act. His further services include advising on access to information law and the German Combined Heat and Power Act.
In addition to the above, Christoph Schnoor also provides advice on future topics. For example, he deals with current hydrogen issues and the legalisation of cannabis.
Christoph Schnoor studied law at the University of Kiel (Germany) until 2014 and carried out his legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Schleswig-Holstein (Germany). Christoph Schnoor currently works on his doctoral thesis in environmental criminal law, on the topic of “Confiscation of assets under the German Federal Immission Control Act for operating plants without authorisation”. Christoph Schnoor started working at Luther in 2017 and was admitted to the German Bar in 2018.
Christoph Schnoor is a co-author of the legal commentary on the German Fuel Emissions Trading Act published by Dr Gernot-Rüdiger Engel.