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Dr. Georg Foerstner

Partner
+49.(0)30.220.029.120
Fax +49.(0)30.220.029.499
Georg Foerstner is a partner in the Real Estate practice group. He focuses his practice on real estate transactions including all aspects of development projects and dispute resolution. His experience includes landlord and tenant matters and insolvency law.

Professional Background

Dr. Foerstner joined K&L Gates in January 2007 as one of the founding partners of K&L Gates Germany. Prior to that he worked since 1998 for an international law firm in their Berlin office, since 2002 as a partner.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • German Bar Association (DAV)

Additional Information

Georg Foerstner has given presentations on transactions and restructuring law. His publications include articles on architecture and competition law.
  • An international investment fund with respect to the acquisition of retail portfolios, recently the acquisition of 61 retail assets from the listed Australian Multiplex fund.
  • An international joint venture on the re-letting, development and disposal of an automotive logistics center with a size of approximately 120,000 sq m.
  • A global internet-trader with respect to the acquisition and development of an e-commerce logistics center (50,000 sq m) in the city of Hannover.
  • An AIM-listed investment fund on its German real estate acquisitions and disposals with an investment volume of approximately EUR 1 bn.
  • A European investment fund on various transactions, inter alia the acquisition, development and sale of a factory outlet center in Zweibrücken, Germany.
  • Various private equity funds and family offices on their investments in Germany.
  • An international investment fund with respect to the disposal of a DIY portfolio.
  • An international investment fund with respect to the disposal of an office building in the center of Cologne.
  • An international investment fund with respect to its restructuring, legal asset management and disposals.
  • On legal asset management, in particular lease negotiations for international data-center and e-commerce operations.
  • A motorcycle supply logistics center in the area of Düsseldorf on lease negotiations.
  • Real estate aspects of various NPL transactions, including among others the “Aberdonia” acquisition by Marathon from Loyds.