When devising asset and company succession solutions, there are many different – sometimes conflicting – interests to consider. With the specific wishes of the client as the starting point, the aim is to consider the various aspects of inheritance, family company and tax law in their specific contexts. This corresponds to a range of consultation services that run the gamut from the organisation of testamentary dispositions and lifetime dispositions in the field of gift legislation, marriage, company and foundation law, to the development of complex succession concepts and the representation of our clients in disputes contesting estate distribution.
born 1968, university studies (Law and Physics) in Göttingen, Berkeley/USA and Kiel; funded by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation, visiting associate at the Boston Consulting Group in Munich, admitted as attorney in 2001, Certified Specialist for trade and corporate law, and tax law, notary since 2014
Specialisation: Mergers and acquisitions, company succession, business restructuring, corporate law, tax law
Dr Hauke Thilow specialises in corporate transactions, in particular the acquisition and sale of companies. He has assisted in scores of company acquisitions and business restructuring projects for family-owned companies and listed public limited companies. In addition, he advises businessmen and companies on corporate law, including stock corporation law and company succession arrangements. Prior to 2005, Dr Thilow was part of a law firm in Hamburg specialising in mergers and acquisitions. In 2004, he was seconded to US law firm King & Spalding in New York.
Dr Hauke Thilow is a lecturer at the Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel in the field of corporate law and chair of the Admissions Committee of the Schleswig-Holstein Bar Association for Certified Specialists for trade and corporate law.