Dr Philipp Hohmann
Dr Philipp Hohmann is Partner at ADVANT Beiten's Dusseldorf office and member of the Corporate/M&A practice group. His practice focuses on commercial law issues, in particular logistics projects (warehouse and transport logistics), litigation, M&A transactions and corporate law. He advises national and international clients, in particular on the drafting of logistics contracts and contracts governed by commercial law. In addition, Dr Hohmann continuously advises both shareholders and managing directors on commercial and corporate law issues and disputes.
Dr Philipp Hohmann studied law at Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena. Afterwards he was a research assistant at the institute of business law and tax law at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel and received his doctorate from Prof. Dr Jan Lieder, LL.M. (Harvard) for a thesis on the "Assumption of Approval under Section 377 of the German Commercial Code". He completed his practical legal training at the Regional Court of Kiel. He was admitted to the German Bar in 2019. Since then he has been working with ADVANT Beiten.
- German Lawyers Association
- German Transport Law Association
Publications / Lectures
"Special risks in the audit of logistics companies in the context of legal due diligence"
Dr Philipp Hohmann and Dr Martin Rappert, MBA
in: M&A Review 2023, pp. 112-116
The fiction of approval under section 377 German Commercial Code (HGB) in case of incorrect delivery and deviation from quantity - A study on the harmonisation of interests for commercial transactions, considering the international uniform law, 234 p.
in: Zivilrechtliche Schriften. Beiträge zum Wirtschafts-, Bank- und Arbeitsrecht (volume 69), Frankfurt 2017
Incorrect delivery and deviation from quantity in the case of commercial transactions under section 377 German Commercial Code (HGB)
Philipp Hohmann and Prof. Dr Jan Lieder, LL.M. (Harvard)
in: JURA 2017, p. 1136-1149
Report on the discussion of the Lieder paper: Legal protection from the shareholder list,
in: Gesellschaftsrecht in der Diskussion 2015, annual meeting of the Scientific Association for Company and Corporate Law (VGR), 2016, pp. 171-178