www.german-law.com/">Broedermann & Jahn is proud to announce that its senior partner, Professor Dr. Eckart Broedermann, LL.M., has recently been elected as a Vice-Chair of the Hamburg Bar Organization in Germany. Professor Broedermann has been a member of the board of the Hamburg Bar Organization for many years and is a member of the Committee on Private International Law at the level of the Federal Bar Organization which is composed of 28 local Bars; the Hamburg Bar is one of the largest.
The Hamburg Bar Organization is in charge of nearly 10,000 lawyers. It is part of the self-administration of lawyers in Germany which has been endowed by the Hamburg judicial authority with certain powers which, in previous times, had been exercised by the state. The Hamburg Bar is therefore both a representation of the lawyers in their constituency at the federal and international level and the supervising authority that decides the admissions of lawyers, revocations and disciplinary sanctions. The Hamburg Bar is governed by a board of 22 lawyers, half of which are elected every two years. Professor Broedermann was re-elected to the Board in April for a term of 4 years; on Wednesday, May 2nd, Professor Broedermann was then elected as one of the Bar’s three Vice Chairs.
About Brödermann & Jahn
Broederman & Jahn considers the law as a tool to increase the economic success of the firm’s clients and restore balance to their businesses.
With the help of legal strategy development, case management and modern negotiation techniques, Broederman & Jahn is generally successful in finding solutions which are economically viable and legally sound.
Thereby, the firm economizes time and costs. Even litigation is very often an instrument within the tool-box of general case planning. The attorneys of Broederman & Jahn all love their profession and the legal work connected with it (most of the firm’s attorneys have written at least one legal book). This gives them the enthusiasm and strength the firm needs to make clients’ projects even more successful.
Furthermore, Broederman & Jahn is not only young in spirit and experienced as a “can-do” law firm in fighting to achieve their clients desired objectives in transactions or dispute settlements. The firm also measures up in terms of sophistication and horsepower that they bring on the road to firms much larger than Broederman & Jahn. It is an intricate part of the firm’s philosophy to grow not for growths sake, but so as to remain fiercely competitive where they need to expand while always striving to maintain their internal fabric of friendship, loyalty, mentoring of junior lawyers, as well as fun on the job.
The work of Broederman & Jahn covers the three pillars of economic life (transactions, services and dispute resolution). The firm specializes on international matters with contacts to about 20 to 25 jurisdictions in an average week and to >40 jurisdictions in 2011.
Broedermann & Jahn is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.
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