Thomas Weischede, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Corporate and Commercial Law, Administrative Law, Zoning, Planning and Land Use, Environmental Law, Restitution & Compensation in connection with Expropriation in Eastern Bloc Countries. Member of Ackermann & Schultze-Zeu.
Weischede, Thomas was born on April 26, 1964 in Unna, Germany.
Universities of Bochum (Referendar, 1990) and Dortmund (Assessor, 1994). Spoken languages: German and English.
Worked at Ackermann & Schultze-Zeu (Berlin) specializing in General and International Practice, Corporate and Commercial Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Real Estate, Rent and Leases, Labor Relations and Employment, Construction and Architectural Law, Computers and Software, Banks and Banking, Investments, Competition, Antitrust and Intellectual Property, Family Law, Wills and Estates, Litigation and Arbitration, Administrative Law, Zoning, Planning and Land Use, Environmental Law, European Union Law, Restitution and Compensation in Connection with Expropriation in Eastern Bloc Countries. Admitted to the bar, 1994, Germany. Member: Berlin and German Bar Associations.
The firm was established in 1972. It offers individual and practical legal counselling for both the corporate and individual client. This involves all areas of civil and commercial law in a national and international context as well as all notary services.