Thomas Keul

Thomas Keul

Senior Of Counsel

Education

BHF-Bank (Banker, 1992)
University of Toulouse (Degree of Mobility in Law, 1994)
University of Freiburg (First State Exam, 1998)
Freie Universität Berlin (Dr. iur., 2000)
Higher Regional Court of Berlin (Second State Exam, 2001)

Bar Admissions

Germany


Deutsche Version

For more than 20 years, Thomas has been representing shareholders and companies as well as their boards in numerous court and arbitration proceedings. He especially focuses on advising clients in corporate and capital market lawsuits, administrative decision procedures, and in complex civil law suits, such as post-M&A litigation, civil liability actions, insolvency claims, and antitrust disputes.

Thomas advises comprehensively on compliance matters and in corporate governance issues. He has extensive experience in conducting internal investigations on behalf of companies and audit committees.

Since 2014 he is recommended in Berlin by JUVE, one of Germany’s main legal directories, and Best Lawyers Germany 2019 recommends him for his advice in the area of corporate law.

Thomas is a member of our Litigation Group.

  • Best Lawyers Germany 2019 - recommended for corporate
  • JUVE 2016/2017 – frequently recommended lawyer for Berlin.
  • JUVE 2015/2016 – frequently recommended lawyer for Berlin.
  • JUVE 2014/2015 – frequently recommended lawyer for Berlin.
  • JUVE 2013/2014 – frequently recommended for securities and corporate litigation.
  • JUVE 2010/2011 – frequently recommended lawyer for Berlin, corporate/M&A, and corporate litigation.

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