High-profile hire in Corporate & M&A: Dr. Volker Schulenburg joins Deloitte Legal in Hamburg as a partner, coming from Luther

Deloitte Legal has added another well-known corporate and capital markets lawyer, Dr. Volker Schulenburg, to its team, thereby continuing its growth track, including at its Hamburg office.

The 46-year-old Dr. Volker Schulenburg comes from Luther and has joined the Deloitte Legal Corporate/M&A team in Hamburg as a partner at the beginning of February 2020.

Dr. Matthias Mielke, head of the firm's Hamburg office, comments: "We are very much looking forward to working with Dr. Schulenburg. With his extensive experience - especially in the areas of stock corporation and capital markets law - he will contribute to a further deepening of our corporate law expertise, both in Hamburg and nationwide. This fits in perfectly with our growth strategy". Thomas Northoff, Managing Partner of Deloitte Legal adds: "With his expertise in advising family offices, privately-held companies and primarily middle-market stock corporations, Dr. Schulenburg ideally strengthens our "Private" business."

Commenting on his motivation for joining Deloitte Legal, Dr. Schulenburg said: "What attracts me to Deloitte Legal is the dynamic environment and the cooperation with other departments of Deloitte. In addition, I am of course very pleased to be able to actively contribute to the further expansion of the firm’s Hamburg office".

At Deloitte Legal, Dr. Schulenburg will continue to focus on advising German and international clients on issues of (stock corporation) corporate and capital markets law as well as on group law, compliance and corporate governance issues. In addition, he will use his extensive expertise to further expand the firm's activities in the field of support for general meetings as well as the structuring and implementation of capital measures, squeeze outs, conversions and other structural measures, and will represent entrepreneurs, companies and members of their corporate bodies in and out of court in corporate disputes.

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