Christian Burmeister

Rechtsanwalt
Senior Associate
Practice Group: Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions
Practice Group: Energy

Christian Burmeister advises national and international companies on national and cross-border M&A transactions. Christian Burmeister specialises in complex multijurisdictional commercial transactions, corporate structuring and reorganizations. He particularly advises clients in the regulated industries (including energy & infrastructure and renewable energies).

Expertise

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Joint Ventures
  • Reorganisations
  • Corporate law
  • Corporate Litigation

Career

  • Legal studies at the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the Queens' College in Cambridge (UK)
  • Legal training at the Berlin Court of Appeals
  • With Noerr since 2017
  • Admitted to the Berlin Chamber of Lawyers

Selected Projects

  • CEMEX España: Advising on sale of Scandinavian and Baltic business to Schwenk (2019)
  • Jumia Technologies AG on its Initial Public Offering on New York Stock Exchange and an equity investment by US group Mastercard by way of a private placement (2019)
  • Gegenbauer: Advising corporate reorganizations and transactions (2018-2019)
  • Westwing Group AG on its Initial Public Offering on Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Prime Standard) (2018)
  • Veolia: Advising on several transactions, most currently sale of 24.8% in the municipal utility company BS|ENERGY to Thüga by way of a tender process (2018)
  • SL Naturenergie Group: Advising on defense against hostile takeover and corporate litigation relating to wind farms (2017/2018) 

Memberships

  • Member of Bucerius Alumni e.V.

Selected Publications

  • Commentary German Commercial Code (Sections 17, 21-24 HGB), in: Henssler (ed.), beck-online Großkommentar HGB (with Dr. Tibor Fedke)
  • Einlagepflicht eines Treugeberkommanditisten einer Publikums-GmbH & Co. KG trotz Widerrufs des Beitritts, DB 2018, S. 1135
  • Rechtsfolgen eines Pflichtverstoßes bei der Geschäftsführung des Außengesellschafters einer Innen-GbR, DB 2018, S. 3109 f