pswp hires
an experienced
regulatory lawyer

February 2023

We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Frederic Geber!

Frederic has great expertise in important regulatory law issues. He is particularly active in the automotive sector, the areas of new mobility and artificial intelligence, as well as in the energy and financial sectors. His practice also focuses on European constitutional and administrative law as well as data law. For years, he has advised domestic and foreign clients on significant complex and cross-border projects and transactions. He also has extensive experience in conducting challenging litigation before German courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union. Before joining us, Frederic was Counsel at Hengeler Mueller. With his addition, we further deepen and strengthen our expertise in regulatory law.

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Further areas of expertise:

Energy and climate regulation

We have been at the forefront of important energy law projects and have helped to shape Germany’s energy transition.

Automotive and new mobility

The regulatory challenges in the automotive sector are international and carry high liability risks. We know the technical foundations as well as all the hurdles and phases where regulatory advice is needed.

Industry and environment

We have got vast expertise in obtaining approval for major industrial projects and we give advice on the entire range of environmental law relating to industrial production.

Finance and insurance

We advise on transactions and structural questions for public banks and insurance companies as well as on the regulation of financial markets, European banking supervision and bank liquidation.

Infrastructure and transport

If you need help with the making, securing and defending of your infrastructure project, we can guide you safely to your goal, whether you are an investor or directly engaged in the project.

Mining, water and raw materials

With our decades of expertise in mining law, raw-material extraction and water management, we have shaped the legal landscape for companies and the state.

State and Europe

Both the state and the European Union change the landscape for companies via regulations and treaties. We are more than familiar with these instruments and the opportunities and risks they bring.

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