BROCK MÜLLER ZIEGENBEIN advises university hospitals, hospitals, registered doctors and non-medical service providers. Our work on behalf of registered doctors ranges from setting up practices, acquiring a license to practise as an SHI-accredited physician with respect to the restructuring or modification of the medical services provided, medical care centres, collaborations between practices, and all questions relating to the activities of SHI-accredited physicians (billing, performance auditing, medication recourse, etc.), to the legal principles governing the medical professional and the representation of doctors in medical liability cases. We support hospital operators in all areas of health care law. The core of our work here is in offering advisory services with respect to restructuring and reorganisation, the establishment and design of various forms of collaboration with medical and non-medical service providers and the area of hospital funding. Health care employment law, the law governing chief physicians, and employment and salary legislation concerning hospital physicians also fall within our area of expertise.
born 1970, university studies in Hamburg, admitted as attorney in 1998, Certified Specialist for employment law and medical law, notary since 2015
Specialisation: Medical liability and medical law, employment law, and notarial services
As a notary, Lars Bretschneider focuses on property-related notarisations, in particular property law, commonhold and leasehold, as well as the drafting of wills and family law agreements.
As a Certified Specialist for medical law, Lars Bretschneider focuses on representing hospital operators and registered doctors in medical liability law. He represents registered doctors as well as non-medical service providers with regard to medical law matters, including advising and assisting in the formation and composition of medical practices.
As a Certified Specialist for employment law, Lars Bretschneider acts as counsel and forensic attorney, predominantly for private and public sector employers.
He is chair of the committee for apprenticeship disputes at the Lübeck Building Guild, and is a member of working groups on medical law and employment law at the German Bar Association.