Andy Schaal, LL.M.

Lawyer, Senior Associate

+49 30 203907-0

Location Berlin


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Practice Areas

  • Real estate transactions (asset and share deals, forward and forward funding deals, portfolio transactions, sale-and-lease-back, real estate M&A)
  • Equity investments and joint ventures for real estate projects
  • Project structuring and project development
  • Legal asset management and leasing
  • Special expertise in healthcare properties, care homes and micro-living properties
  • Litigation in the areas of real estate as well as corporate M&A
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Education and Professional Experience
  • Lawyer at GSK Stockmann since 2022
  • Lawyer in the area of real estate as well as corporate / M&A at a leading US commercial law firm as well as at a boutique law firm specialized in real estate and corporate law 2019 -2022
  • Admitted to practise law in Germany in 2019
  • Legal clerkship in the district of the Berlin Court of Appeal 2017 -2019, including stations at the Federal Ministry of the Interior, for Construction and Home Affairs as well as at two leading US commercial law firms in the areas of real estate and corporate / M&A
  • Research Assistant at a major international commercial law firm in Berlin
  • Law studies in Berlin and Frankfurt (Oder) with further LL.M. in the area of real estate law
  • English, German
  • Ranking “Lawyers of the Future 2022″ in the area of “Corporate Law and M&A” (Handelsblatt and Best Lawyers in Germany)
  • Deal News
    08 February 2023

    GSK Stockmann advises DKW on sale of land to Palfinger

    The sale to the project developer for sustainable commercial real estate took place as part of an asset deal.

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  • Law firm
    24 June 2022

    Germany’s Best Lawyers 2022: Handelsblatt and Best Lawyers recommend 53 lawyers from GSK Stockmann

    The renowned US publication Best Lawyers has once again published its list of “Germany’s Best Lawyers” of the year in cooperation with Handelsblatt. A total of 53 GSK lawyers were ...

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