Julian Monden is a corporate/M&A and private wealth lawyer who advises in particular on corporate and inheritance law issues. He specialises in planning and implementing complex business successions and structuring private wealth. In addition to advising on the creation of (family-owned) companies of various legal forms and also foundations, Julian Monden concentrates his practice on drafting complex last wills and inheritance contracts and providing civil-law advice on the transfer of assets inter vivos. As a member of Luther’s Corporate/M&A practice group, he additionally specialises in restructurings, acquisitions, joint ventures and transformations, at national level and in a cross-border context, in particular in the automotive industry. In addition to this, Julian Monden regularly advises on general corporate law issues within the context of corporate housekeeping. Furthermore, he also regularly represents high-net-worth individuals and companies in inheritance and corporate disputes, in and out of court.
Julian Monden studied law at the Universities of Hanover and Göttingen (both Germany). After graduating from university, he carried out his legal training in the District of the Higher Regional Court of Celle (Germany). Julian Monden joined Luther’s Hanover office in June 2017, as a member of the Corporate/M&A practice group, and was admitted to the German Bar in 2020. He is continually doing further training in both inheritance and corporate law – for example, by successfully completing training courses designed for lawyers wishing to become certified specialists in these fields of law and by publishing papers on legal topics. Furthermore, he regularly substitutes for Dr Andreas Blunk in notarial matters.