Dr. Nicolas Mähner focuses his practice in corporate real estate, logistics, and retail. As a partner he is a member of our Real Estate practice group in our Munich office. He has strong experience in real estate transactions and built-to-suit projects. One focus of his practice is on the asset class of logistics real estate.
Nicolas represents international and national logistics service providers, project developers, investors and insurers on all aspects of real estate transactions, tenancy and building law.
In addition, he advises international retailers and fashion brands as well as restaurant chains on commercial landlord and tenant law and corporate law, starting from their market entry in Germany to their expansion and restructuring.
Nicolas is recognized by Best Lawyers in Germany for Real Estate.
Nicolas joined the firm as a partner in July 2021. He has some 10 years’ experience as a lawyer, working for international law firms Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and Eversheds Sutherland in the areas of real estate and corporate law. He studied law and received his doctorate as Doctor iuris at the University of Passau. He took his second state examination in Munich.
- Ranked in Best Lawyers in Germany for Real Estate
- On the guarantor status from responsibility for spaces and properties, Studien zum Strafrecht - Band 71, Nomos Verlag Baden-Baden, 2015; also Ph.D. thesis, University of Passau, 2015.
- BGH on the incorrectness of the prospectus of Deutsche Telekom AG in the third IPO (with RA Dr. Timo Holzborn), in: Der Betrieb, Handelsblatt Fachmedien, issue 41, 2015, p. 2375 et seq.
- Allocation of operating costs - Special features for commercial spaces in shopping centers, in: Immobilienfaktor, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - Institute for Management, Market and Media Information, issue 3, 2013, p. 27 ff.
- The new regulation of Sec. 32 Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz, BDSG) on the use of personal employee data using the example of Deutsche Bahn AG, in: Multimedia und Recht MMR, Verlag C.H. Beck, issue 6, 2010, p. 379 ff.
- On the admissibility of computer-controlled voting devices, in: Zeitschrift für Rechtspolitik ZRP, Verlag C.H. Beck, issue 8, 2009, p. 242 f.