Dr Thomas Halberkamp

Dr Thomas Halberkamp

Dr Thomas Halberkamp


T +49 511 5458 17663

Master in Business Administration
Partner , Location Head
Industries Mobility & Logistics , Automotive

Areas of practice

Dr Thomas Halberkamp specialises in national and cross-border transaction processes, including post-acquisition integration. His services range from the legal structuring of transactions and due diligence reviews through to contract negotiations and also include joint venture agreements. Supporting clients in buy-out transactions (MBO, MBI, LBO) has become an increasingly significant part of his services. His clients include strategic investors, financial investors and the public sector. In the field of corporate law, he advises in particular on international reorganisations and restructurings.


Dr Thomas Halberkamp studied Business Management and Law in Göttingen, Germany, and received his doctorate there in corporate group law at the faculty under Prof. Immenga. He was admitted to the bar in 1999 and joined Luther’s predecessor firm in 2000. Dr Thomas Halberkamp is head of the Hanover office.

Honors and distinctions
  • JUVE Guide 2023/2024: Mentioned under "Frequently Recommended" in "M&A" (first listed in 2016/2017, "skilful and pragmatic negotiator, also in contact with the public authorities", client)
  • JUVE Guide 2022/2023: Leading consultant in Lower Saxony (first award in 2020/2021) 
  • The Legal 500 Germany 2024: Mention in "City Focus Hannover" (first recommendation in 2023)

  • Stadt Braunschweig Beteiligungs-Gesellschaft mbH: legal assistance with the acquisition by the Thüga Group of a stake in BS|Energy
  • Ärzteversorgung Niedersachsen: ongoing corporate and transaction law advice
  • TÜV NORD AG: assistance with international transaction processes
  • Lavorel: legal advice on the sale by private tender of the Bonitas nursing care group
  • Gauselmann Group: acquisition of the WestSpiel Group from NRW.BANK following a public tender
  • Invitel GmbH: legal advice on the acquisition of companies and subsequent restructuring of the group
  • Federal Republic of Germany: advice on sale of the stake in Duisburger Hafen AG (duisport)