Dr. Simon Schilling

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Dr. Simon Schilling
Lawyer, Immobilienökonom (IREBS)
T + 49 30 688 352 741
M + 49 177 641 76 48
simon.schilling@sampschilling.com
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Dr. Simon Schilling

is a founding partner at SAMP SCHILLING & PARTNER and advises on all aspects of real estate law. His practice includes the full range of real estate transactions as well as real estate developments and commercial leases.

Due to his longstanding focus on the real estate industry he has an in-depth understanding of the real estate business and a profound market knowledge.
Prior to founding SAMP SCHILLING & PARTNER Simon worked for many years as a member of the real estate practice group of the international law firm Olswang Germany LLP. During this time, Simon worked on some of the largest real estate deals in Germany.

After his studies in Munich and Berlin, Simon obtained his doctoral degree on insolvency and corporate law aspects. Today he hosts a lecture in business law at the University of Bayreuth.
Simon was admitted to the bar in 2007. He speaks German, English and French.

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2007 – 2013 Lawyer at Olswang Germany LLP, Berlin

2012 – 2013 Studies of Real Estate Economics at the International Real Estate Business School of the University of Regensburg
2007 Bar Exam in Berlin

2005 – 2007 Legal Traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin including seats at leading international law firms in Munich and in New York

2005 Doctoral Degree in the fields of corporate and insolvency law
1999 – 2004 Legal Studies at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and Humboldt-University in Berlin

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Some highlights of Simon’s recent work include advising:

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  • An international joint venture on the acquisition of a residential portfolio with approx. 1.000 units in Berlin from a Danish investor
  • A real estate developer on the acquisition of a large office building and on all phases of the following development in a residential building
  • A bank on the restructuring of an office, retail and residential building (including on the conclusion of several large commercial leases and a parking garage operator’s agreement)
  • A family office on the acquisition and the sale of several consumer markets
  • An investment company on the acquisition of an industrial real estate portfolio with a volume of approx. € 200m
  • An US family office on the sale of a distressed real estate investment in Germany (office, hotel and residential building)
  • A real estate investor in the acquisition of a four star hotel in Berlin
  • A foreign investment fund on the acquisition of two care homes in Southern Germany
  • A foreign real estate investment trust on its investment in a Luxembourg fund managing platform holding a large commercial real estate portfolio in Germany
  • A large real estate company on the intended acquisition of a residential portfolio with a deal volume of more than € 250m
  • A German residential housing company on the acquisition of a residential portfolio with more than 4.000 units in Berlin
  • An institutional fund on its investment in a German shopping centre portfolio
  • A Swiss investor on the refinancing of a large real estate investment in Germany

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  • Insolvency of an English limited company by shares having its main seat in Germany, Frankfurt am Main 2006
  • The English insolvency opening proceeding within the scope of the European Union Council Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings and in comparison with the German insolvency opening proceeding, DZWIR 2006, journal no. 4
  • COMI and preliminary insolvency administrator – problem solved?, ZInsO 2006, pages 141 et seqq., in collaboration with Dr Jessica Schmidt
  • National judicial protection against the opening of a main insolvency proceeding in Germany according to Art. 3 I of the European Union Council Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings, DZWIR 2005, pages 430 et seqq., in collaboration with Dr Armin Schwerdtfeger
  • Annotation on the decision of the District Court of Kiel, 326 T 34/05, EWiR, Articles 43, 47 EU, journal no. 14
  • Annotation on the decision of the Local court of Cologne, 71 IN 416/05, DZWIR 2006, journal no. 5, in collaboration with Dr Jessica Schmidt
  • Annotation on the decision of the Local court of Hamburg, 326 T 34/05, EWiR Article 16 of the European Union Council Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings, 1/06, pages 15 et seq.

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