Dr. Pierre-André Brandt advises clients on corporate and real estate law. As part of his PhD studies through the University of Düsseldorf, Pierre-André was a visiting scholar at the institute for private law at the University of Oslo. As a legal trainee at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Pierre-André worked, inter alia, at McDermott on real estate matters in Düsseldorf and New York.
Advising Galeria Karstadt Kaufhof GmbH in protective shield proceedings
Advising a real estate investment and project development company on the sale of an office complex in Bonn
Advising Signa on the merger between the department store chains Karstadt Warenhaus and Galeria Kaufhof
Advising Art-Invest on the acquisition, leasing and sale of the Fürst & Friedrich property in Düsseldorf
Advising the private investor group represented by Cologne-based family office Tresono on the sale of three historic office buildings in the up-and-coming Cologne district of Mülheim to the German-American real estate group Jamestown
Advising RFR Holding and SIGNA Holding on the acquisition and acquisition financing of the legendary Chrysler Building in New York
Advising RFR Holding and SIGNA Holding in the acquisition and the acquisition financing of the iconic Chrysler Building in New York
Handelsblatt/Best Lawyers™ 2020-2023 Germany: Leading Lawyer for Real Estate Law
Juve Handbook Wirtschaftskanzleien 2021/22 – Recognized as Rising Star in Real Estate and Construction Law (under 40)
Deutsch-Nordische Juristenvereinigung e.V.
JDWA – Verein Junger Düsseldorfer Wirtschaftsanwälte
Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Second State Exam, 2015
University of Düsseldorf, Dr. jur. (PhD), 2015
University of Oslo, 2012
University of Düsseldorf, First State Exam, 2011
University of Bonn, 2007
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