Partner / Frankfurt
Christian studied law at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich. After completing his legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin, he wrote his doctoral thesis on legal issues of the GmbH with Prof. Dr. Wolfram Timm at the University of Münster. Since 1991 he has been practicing as a lawyer. Prior to founding the Frankfurt office in 1998 as a partner, he worked for several years for a renowned large German law firm in Frankfurt and Brussels.
Nothing is more exciting than reality.
Christian regularly advises medium-sized companies as well as national and international corporate groups on all issues of corporate and commercial law, in particular in the context of transactions and re-organisations. He also specialized in Real Estate Transactions. He provides legal advice to several banks, e.g. in financing or in litigation, in particular regarding consultancy liability or prospect liability.
Christian is distinguished through publications and seminars on corporate law.
German-British Lawyers' Association, German-American Lawyers' Association, German Bar Association, British Chamber of Commerce in Germany, Federal Association of the Medium-sized Economy, International Bar Association
Berger, Christian u.a.: The ECJ Judgement on German Court Competency Regarding an Action to Set a Transaction Aside by Virtue of Insolvency Brought Against a Company in Another Member State, International Corporate Rescue; Volume 7, Issue 3 (2010), S. 181 ff. vollständiger Artikel hier
Berger, Christian u.a.: Änderungen im Gesellschafts- und Unternehmensteuerrecht, Business & Law, Frankfurt am Main, 2008 vollständiger Artikel hier
Berger, Christian u.a.: Governmental Screening of the Acquisition of German Companies, European Lawyer 02/2008 vollständiger Artikel hier
Berger, Christian: Germany Reits to start in 2007, The European Lawyer Dezember2006/Januar 2007, S. 76 ff.
Berger, Christian: ECJ puts pressure on German corporate law, The European Lawyer Januar/Februar 2004
Berger, Christian: New prospects for foreign firms in Germany, F.A.Z. Weekly, Tax & Advisory, 01.08.2003, S. 8