Oberanger 34–36
80331 München

+49-89 388 08 238


Dr. Thomas Oswald

  • Admitted to the German Bar in 2008, joined Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein in 2008
  • Private construction law, architectural and engineering law, developer law, project control law and plant engineering. Advisor to nationally and internationally operating clients, project development companies, construction companies and engineer offices in respect of constructions across Germany. Experienced litigator.
  • Legal clerkship in Landshut and Munich (2005–2008)
  • Studied at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (2000–2005)
  • PhD in law from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich (2011); specialist lawyer for construction and architectural law

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  • Languages: German, English
  • Awards: The Legal 500 – John Pritchard – “Germany’s leading law firms” – client guide 2014, mentioned in the category “building law including dispute settlements ”
  • Credentials:
    • Extensive legal advice across Germany to the real estate investment of the Saarland Regional State Bank (Landesbank Saarland) in relation to all construction projects and their execution (project-related advice during construction and on private construction and architectural law; e. g. residential complex in Mainz (Zollhafen), Freiburg and Luxembourg)
    • Advising the contractor (international construction group) in relation to the major construction project “Seven” in Munich (conversion of a former heat and power station into residential space): advice on contract management (GMP-GU contract), claims handling and the processing of warranty claims
    • Advice to a globally operating corporation for architectural, engineering and project control services (during the construction phase, e. g. bridge construction project in Bamberg, extension of a museum building in Duisburg, construction of a senior citizens’ centre in Stuttgart; construction of a power plant in Knapsack/Hürth; construction of airports in Berlin and Düsseldorf)
    • Advising the principal (a German technology group) on restructuring and revitalizing of the company-owned technology centre in Munich; specifically on the recourse against the general planner (deficient overall façade concept, thermal insulation, heating/cooling systems, process measuring and control technology, building ventilation)
Hamburger Allee 4
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Oberanger 34–36
80331 Munich
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22767 Hamburg
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10707 Berlin
Am alten Handelshafen 3a
26787 Leer
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01099 Dresden