Dr Konrad Adenauer primarily provides corporate law advice to the public sector and public sector companies. Furthermore, he has extensive experience advising on corporate transactions and on municipal reorganisation and investment projects. He focuses on providing structural advice in the area of services for the public, the development and implementation of corporate concepts and the economic optimisation of investment companies of the public sector.
In addition to the above, Konrad Adenauer advises on energy company law and on transactions involving plants that produce renewable energy.
Dr Konrad Adenauer was admitted to the German Bar in 2014 and worked for Luther already in the past, until 2017. He then moved to Andersen, where he worked until the summer of 2020.
Konrad Adenauer studied law at the Universities of Bayreuth and Bonn (both Germany). After passing his second state law exam, he worked at the Public Law Institute of the Legal Faculty of the University of Bonn until 2013, where he was awarded his doctorate for a thesis on an energy group law topic in 2018.