Dr. Hendrik Bott
Attorney, Master of Laws (Real Estate)
Board Certified Attorney for Construction and Architectural Law
Große Theaterstraße 31
T +49 40 37 89 01-0
F +49 40 36 62 98
Doctorate degree: Hamburg 2010
Admitted in: 2010
Universities: Augsburg, San Sebastían/Spanien, Hamburg
- Legal practice
Hendrik Bott has provided legal counsel to the real estate and construction industry since 2010. After working for several other leading law firms – first in the area of public construction law, later in the area of private construction law, and finally in a managerial position in the area of real estate law – Hendrik Bott joined FPS at the end of 2016.
The legal practice of Hendrik Bott focuses on real estate project development; from real estate acquisitions ,building permits, agreements with adjacent property owners, the award of building, architectural services and project management agreements, claim management during the construction phase, contracts with tenants as well as post-project asset management. Another area of expertise is litigation and arbitration. In addition, Hendrik Bott advises on landlord-tenant law, condominium property law, brokerage law and public construction law.
- Areas of expertise
Hamburgischer Anwaltsverein e.V.
Deutsch-Spanische Juristenvereinigung e.V.
Jur. Lesegesellschaft von 1828 e.V.
German, English, Spanish
- Education and career
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in real estate, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany, board certification as attorney for construction and architectural law, and successfully completed the specialist training course in landlord-tenant and condominium property law (theory).
Federal law clerkship at the Court of Appeals of Hamburg, including work for the Estonian Ministry of Justice in Tallinn, Estonia, and the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce in Mumbai, India.
Dissertation on international construction law, University of Hamburg, Germany, and University of San Sebastian, Spain.
Study of law and economics, University of Augsburg, Germany, University of San Sebastian, Spain, and University of Hamburg, Germany.