Bonn, 27 January 2022. On 1 January 2022 the Redeker Sellner Dahs law firm admitted four lawyers from its own ranks to the partnership. The law firm now has 47 partners.
“With Kathrin Dingemann, Daniel Hürter, Dr Matthias Kottmann, Maître en Droit and Dr Cornel Potthast, LL.M., we have admitted very excellent individuals with very different personalities to the partnership, all of whom have arrived in their fields in an individual way, developing and expanding their practice into a bedrock ensuring successful future,” is how Andreas Okonek, Chairman of the Management Committee, explains the decision of the partners' meeting. “These appointments underscore the development opportunities at Redeker open to younger colleagues embarking on their career paths.”
Daniel Hürter has been with the firm since 2011. His practice at the Bonn office is focused on private construction and real estate law, architectural, engineering and project management law as well as contract law. Among other things, he advises and acts as counsel for clients in litigation on major construction projects.
Kathrin Dingemann has been practicing at the Berlin office on European environmental and product law as well as energy, sectoral planning and state aid law since 2014. She advises and acts as counsel for the German Federal Government and national and European standardisation organisations as well as project developers and approval authorities before national and European courts.
Dr Matthias Kottmann, Maître en Droit has been working at the Berlin office in the areas of European law, constitutional law and public commercial law since 2014 and has expanded the firm's financial regulatory law practice. He acts on behalf of the German federal government, Länder governments and other public institutions in precedent‑setting proceedings before Union Courts and the German Federal Constitutional Court.
Dr Cornel Potthast, LL.M. joined the firm in 2015 and practices inheritance law at the Bonn office. Cornel Potthast advises and acts as counsel for private individuals, medium‑sized companies, foundations, associations and prominent personalities and is also a lecturer at Ruhr University Bochum and Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg.
“With our decisions to elevate attorneys to the partnership, we demonstrate year in year out how seriously we take the promotion of our talent. We nurture junior staff, offering them realistic prospects for promotion and the possibility of becoming partners – in the past five years we have appointed ten partners from our own ranks,” comments Dr Michael Winkelmüller, member of the Management Committee and responsible for Recruiting and Human Resources, on prospects for advancement at the firm.