Gunnar Müller-Henneberg primarily advises diverse stakeholders when companies are facing an economic crises. This includes advising the company’s management on existing obligations under corporate and insolvency law, advising shareholders and creditors on how to secure assets and hedge against risks, as well as asserting and defending claims arising from such situations. He covers the entire range of advisory services from crisis prevention up to and including providing advice when a company is unable or on the brink of becoming unable to meet its financial obligations or is over-indebted and also during insolvency proceedings.
Gunnar Müller-Henneberg’s clients include well-known family offices, who appoint him to handle the “problems” in their investment portfolios.
Gunnar Müller-Henneberg studied law in Tübingen (Germany). He already started dealing with reorganisation issues during his legal training in Heilbronn (Germany) and London (England). From 2013 to 2017, he taught international business law in addition to working as a lawyer. Right up until he moved to Luther in 2020, he headed the reorganisation team of the Stuttgart office of a renowned specialist law firm.