Dr Maresa Hormes

Dr Maresa Hormes

Dr Maresa Hormes

Essen

T +49 201 9220 24815

Lawyer
Counsel
Industries Italy , Mobility & Logistics , Logistics

Areas of practice

Dr Hormes primarily advises our clients in the area of contract logistics, in particular, on complex logistics outsourcing projects as well as on intralogistics projects (innovation/ technology), including corresponding service and maintenance contracts. Her advisory services cover the entire project cycle (drafting contractual cornerstones, drafting or revising (intra-)logistics contracts, legal revision of specific annexes, contract amendments and addenda, support on disputes between the contracting parties during the course of the project and in day-to-day business). Dr Hormes regularly advises on large-volume projects in the multi-digit million range with a contract term of several years but is just as familiar with handling smaller projects.

Dr Hormes also deals with transport law and classic civil law issues such as purchase contracts, contracts for work and services. She represents our clients in judicial and extrajudicial disputes.

Dr Hormes is a member of the Italian Desk and the Mobility & Logistics industry group (industry focus on logistics).

Practices
Vita

Dr Maresa Hormes studied law at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Germany) and the Università degli Studi Roma Tre in Rome (Italy) from 1998 to 2004. In 2006, she obtained her doctorate in law from the University of Münster (topic: "Success and performance-oriented management board remuneration"). After completing her legal traineeship in Baden-Württemberg (Germany) with a training period in Rome, Dr Hormes was admitted to the German Bar in 2008. She joined Luther in 2009.

Dr Maresa Hormes is a lecturer for company law as part of the "RUBlaw-active" course at the Ruhr University Bochum (Germany).

Honors and distinctions
  • The Legal 500 Germany 2023: Mentioned in the category "Transport law - Advice to the transport sector" (first recommendation in 2022)
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