Dr. Reinhard Möller
Legal advice aims at achieving solutions. Above all, these solutions have to be realisable and reasonable in all respects.
The solution to legal problems is always a question of strategy, as well – of your own (business) strategy and a juridical strategy. Economic and legal risks should be avoided.
With the proper advisory strategy, I support you to solve your legal problems in a reasonable way, without losing sight of your strategy.
Dr. Reinhard Möller read law at the universities of Marburg, Canterbury (U.K.) and Freiburg. He was a member of the academic staff at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law and having completed his studies worked as the academic assistant of Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hohloch at the Institute for Foreign and International Private Law at the University of Freiburg.
Dr. Reinhard Möller was awarded a doctorate by the University of Tübingen for his thesis on the prevention principle in the law of damages, prepared under Prof. Dr. Gottfried Schiemann.
He completed his legal training while working at the law firm Thiedmann & Edler in Chicago, Il., USA, which specializes on advising European clients in their native languages.
Dr. Reinhard Möller was admitted to practise as a lawyer in 2001; in his areas of specialization he lectures and regularly publishes articles and comments on current case law.
+49 (0)721 504472-33
Areas of Specialization
Employment and labour law
Real estate law
Construction law and law governing architects
Commercial tenancy law
Insolvency law and restructuring consulting
Read law at the universities of Marburg, Canterbury (U.K.) and Freiburg
Legal trainee at the law firm Thiedmann & Edler in Chicago, Il., USA
Awarded a doctorate at the University of Tübingen under Prof. Dr. Gottfried Schiemann with the theme of his thesis being the prevention principle in the law of damages
- for employment law labour law
- construction law and law governing architects
German Construction Commission (Deutscher Baugerichtstag e.V.)
Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe