Christian Hullmann is a partner in the firm's Berlin office. He focuses on land use and planning law as well as on environmental law. He has extensive experience advising leading German and international corporate clients on real estate developments and transactions, as well as on drafting and negotiating planning agreements relating to issues such as enabling development. In addition, he advises clients on renewable energy projects, including photovoltaic (PV) facilities and wind farms.
Christian joined K&L Gates in January 2007. From 2001 to 2006 he worked in the Berlin offices of leading international law firms.
Christian holds lectures on planning law as well as on topics such as renewable energy and environmental issues.
- Zwischen Gesetzgeber und Wutbürger – Der Einzelhandel und die Stadtplanung der Zukunft (Between the legislator and the irascible citizen – the retail industry and future urban planning), ImmobilienFAKTOR, May 2013, p. 18 et seq.
- Verlängerung von bergrechtlichen Aufsuchungserlaubnissen bei Geothermieprojekten – Zum Urteil des VGH Mannheim v. 15. April 2010 - 6 S 1939/09, (Comment on verdict by the Mannheim Administrative Court on the prolongation of exploration programs for geothermic projects under mining law), ZNER 5/2010, p. 474 et seq.
- Zeitliche Grenzen der Altlastenhaftung (Time limits in liability for contaminated sites), NVwZ 2010, p. 1267 et seq.